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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (September 2010) Market Hall was a ward of the County Borough of Birmingham. It covered an area of central Birmingham, including at times the districts of Lee Bank, Edgbaston around Carpenters Rd and Welington Rd and the western part of Balsall Heath. Contents 1 Ward History 2 Parliamentary Representation 3 Politics 4 Election results 4.1 1950’s 4.2 1940’s // Ward History The ward has been in existence since the 1830s and the boundaries have changed at various times since then. The boundary changes of 1934 created a ward that covered the city centre, together with the Lee Bank area south west of the centre. In the boundary changes of 1950 the electorate had declined to the extent that a substantial area of the Edgbaston ward was added, and this was the area bounded by the railway line, Chruch Rd, Priory Rd, Bristol Rd, Pebble Mill Rd, the River Rea and then Highgate St. In the boundary changes of 1961 the ward was abolished and was split between Edgbaston and Ladywood wards, with the area north of Lee Bank and Belgrave Roads going to Ladywood (the city centre and Lee Bank), and south of those roads going to Edgbaston. Parliamentary Representation The ward has been part of Birmingham Edgbaston constituency from the constituencies creation in 1918 until its abolition in 1962. However the area that the ward covered continued to be part of the constituency until (and including) the 1970 election. Politics The ward was generally a Tory ward, although Labour did win it on odd occasions. Election results 11 May 1961 Electorate 11,955 Turnout 26.3%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative D Smith 2,190 69.6% Labour N Hinks 957 30.4% Majority 1,233 39.2% Conservative hold Swing 12 May 1960 Electorate 12,784 Turnout 23.1%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative H Tyler 2,140 72.6% Labour E Richards 809 27.4% Majority 1,331 45.1% Conservative hold Swing 1950’s 14 May 1959 Electorate 13,406 Turnout 28.4%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative T John 2,455 64.4% Labour N Hinks 1,355 35.6% Majority 1,100 28.9% Conservative hold Swing 8 May 1958 Electorate 13,875 Turnout 29.7%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative D Smith 2,399 58.1% Labour N Hinks 1,533 37.2% Communist R Shaw 194 4.7% Majority 866 21.0% Conservative hold Swing 9 May 1957 Electorate 14,384 Turnout 29.7%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative H Tyler 2,692 63.0% Labour B Ruehl 1,584 37.0% Majority 1,108 25.9% Conservative hold Swing 10 May 1956 Electorate 14,863 Turnout 29.4%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative T John 2,590 59.3% Labour B Ruehl 1,777 40.7% Majority 813 18.6% Conservative hold Swing 12 May 1955 Electorate 15,732 Turnout 35.8%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative D Smith 3,523 62.6% Labour A Johnson 2,106 37.4% Majority 1,417 25.2% Conservative gain from Labour Swing 13 May 1954 Electorate 16,093 Turnout 37.3%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative H Tyler 3,526 58.8% Conservative D Smith 3,478 58.0% Labour S Goldberg 2,513 41.9% Labour A Johnson 2,478 41.3% Majority 1,013 & 965 16.9% & 16.1% Conservative hold Swing Conservative hold Swing 7 May 1953 Electorate 16,790 Turnout 41.7%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative T John 3,876 55.4% Labour S Goldberg 3,124 44.6% Majority 752 10.7% Conservative hold Swing 8 May 1952 Electorate 17,091 Turnout 41.7%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labour L Wood 3,724 52.3% Conservative R Barrow 3,403 47.7% Majority 321 4.5% Labour gain from Conservative Swing 10 May 1951 Electorate 17,342 Turnout 31.7%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative H Tyler 3,949 71.8% Labour D O'Reilly 1,551 28.2% Majority 2,398 43.6% Conservative hold Swing 11 May 1950 Electorate 17,170 Turnout 38.5%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative S Smith 3,992 60.4% Labour J Brown 2,615 39.6% Majority 1,377 20.8% Conservative hold Swing 1940’s 12 May 1949 Electorate 10,254 Turnout 45.1%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative R Barrow 2,379 51.5% Labour S Williams 2,242 48.5% Majority 137 3.0% Conservative hold Swing 1 November 1947 Electorate 10,248 Turnout 41.5%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative H Tyler 2,433 57.2% Labour L Vernon 1,381 32.4% Liberal N Hinks 443 10.4% Majority 1,052 24.8% Conservative hold Swing 2 November 1946 Electorate 9,967 Turnout 28.3%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative S Smith 1,583 56.2% Labour E Loynes 1,235 43.8% Majority 348 12.4% Conservative gain from Labour Swing 3 November 1945 Electorate 9,566 Turnout 28.6%, Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative R Barrow 1,454 53.1% Conservative H Tyler 1,449 52.9% Labour E Loynes 1,341 48.9% Conservative W Edwards 1,310 47.8% Labour W Wiggins 1,272 46.4% Labour C Daniels 1,153 42.1% Majority 144, 139, 31 5.3%, 5.1%, 1.1% Conservative hold Swing Conservative hold Swing Labour hold Swing