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Posted by: John Brace | 29th December 2011

Election Expenses: 2011 (Wirral Borough Council) Prenton ward Candidate: Simon Holbrook Agent: Cllr Ann Bridson Page 4

Signature of agent: M A Bridson                                                                                                                                                      Date: 5th June 2011

Submit this return to the returning officer within 35 calendar days of the day the election result is declared.
It must be accompanied by a separate declaration signed by the election agent verifying this return.
Within 7 working days of submitting this return, the candidate must also submit a signed declaration verifying this return.

Section 3 Summary of spending

Section 3a Types of Payment

Manner of payment £.pp
Unpaid claims NIL
Disputed Claims NIL
Value of notional expenditure £49 . 00
Payments made £1080 . 61
Total election spending £ 1129 . 61

Total spending for 3a should equal the total spending for 3b. If they are not equal you should check your calculation.

Section 3b Categories of spending

Purpose £.pp
A. Advertising  NIL
B. Unsolicited material to electors  £1080 . 61
C. Transport  NIL
D. Public meetings  NIL
E. Agent and other staff costs  NIL
F. Accommodation and administration  NIL
Total election spending £ 1129 . 61

Election Expenses Simon Holbrook Page 4 Prenton Wirral Council 2011 Section 3  Summary of Spending 3a Types of Payment 3b Types of spending


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  1. that 37.1% of the pupils at Woodchurch High School aceihved 5 A*-C including English and Maths. In the last 6 years each cohort has aceihved over 40% and in 2010 the pupils at Woodchurch High School aceihved 56% A*-C with Maths and English (80% overall), the Government floor target being 30%, now 35%. This places Woodchurch in a very strong position and presents an extremely favourable comparison with like schools locally and nationally. I feel that it is extremely important that this error is corrected because it reflects the fact that children from the estate have been able to achieve and gain success with the appropriate intervention and funding that has, throughout the last few years, come into schools. This figure also reflects the outstanding commitment that the staff at Woodchurch have to the school and to the community.


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