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ALL the results are in. To see who now represents your ward area, click here.

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All finished at Stroud District Council election count and the council now looks like this:

  • Conservative - 22
  • Green - six
  • Labour - 20
  • Liberal Democrats - three

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District Council elections

  • Labour make three gains

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  • Conservatives and Green make one gain

UKIP gain no seats but affect the results in a number of the wards

 

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Jonathan Edmunds has helped the Green Party keep its seat in the Randwick, Whiteshill and Ruscombe ward with 383 votes

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Conservative Gordon Craig has kept his seat for the Berkeley ward

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Only three more results to go in the Stroud District Council election count

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BREAKING: Conservative district councillor Rowland Blackwell has just lost his seat to 'good friend' and Labour candidate Steve Robinson

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Conservative David Mossman has been elected to the Hardwicke ward

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Dursley ward - After eight years Liberal Democrat councillor Brian Marsh has graciously lost his seat to Labour candidate Colin Fryer

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Cainscross ward - Labour candidate Karen Cross re-elected with 845 votes

UKIP candidate Stephen Parker finished in second place with 455 votes followedclosesly by Conservative candidate Roger Dakin with 451 votes.

Brian Nimblette (Green) - 314 and Jess Waring (TUSC) -17

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Conservative Nigel Studdert-Kennedy has been re-elected to the Stanleys ward for Stroud District Council

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Six results so far and it is looking like this:

Labour - kept two seats and gained a third

Conservative - kept two seats

Green - gained a seat in the Central Ward

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Central ward has elected Green candidate Caroline Molloy who squeaked in with 289 votes.

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Gary Powell - re-elected district councillor for Stonehouse - thanked all the Labour Party members who helped get him re-elected with a 2:1 majority.

Speaking to the SNJ he said: "I was worried that I might lose some of my votes to UKIP but it looks like they have instead affected the Conservative vote."

Cllr Powell also said how happy he was for fellow Labour councillor Miranda Clifton on her re-election to the Cam East ward.

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Miranda Clifton (Labour) has kept her seat for the Cam East ward with 588 votes.

  •     Chris Moore TUSC - 7
  •     Steven Naumann Green - 79
  •     Loraine Patrick Conservative - 491
  •     Pauline Simpson UKIP - 262

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Stonehouse results:

  • Gary Powell Labour - 973
  • Tom Skinner Conservative - 517
  • Angie Lyes UKIP - 421
  • Carol Kambites Green - 205
  • Ray Darlington - TUSC 23

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Stonehouse - Labour candidate Gary Powell has been re-elected as district councillor for the Stonehouse ward with 973 votes

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Count for Chalford ward about to start on table two

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District councillor for the Vale Penny Wride (Conservative) thanked all those who voted for her and said she 'looked forward to serving the people of the vale ward again'.

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 Counts for the Stanleys and Nailswoth wards have just started

  • Stanleys turnout 44 per cent
  • Nailsworth turnout 46 per cent

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Vale ward - Conservative candidate Penny Wride has been re-elected with 477 votes - 375 more votes than Green candidate Sian Whelan who recieved 102 votes and Labour candidate Philip Boobyer received 80.

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Count for Cam West ward about to start on table eight - turnout 38 per cent

As well as count for Central ward on table nine - turnout 45 per cent

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Count for Cainscross ward has started on table seven - turnout 37%

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Re-elected district councillor for Coaley and Uley Tim Boxhall said he was 'chuffed to bits' and thanked everyone who voted for him

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Conservative Tim Boxhall has kept his seat in the Coaley and Uley ward with 411 votes.

Green Party candidate Jim Dewey finished second with 384 votes

Labour candidate Patricia Leonard finished third with 186 votes

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Count for Vale ward about to start on table eight - turnout 42 per cent

Conservative Penny Wride fighting for her seat against Green candidate Sian Whelan and Labour candidate Philip Boobyer

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Count for Cam East ward about to start on table four - turnout 42 per cent

Miranda Clifton (Labour) fighting for her seat against:

  • Chris Moore TUSC
  • Steven Naumann Green
  • Loraine Patrick Conservative
  • Pauline Simpson UKIP

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Stonehouse ward - Labour Gary Powell fighting to keep his seat

Other candidates:

  • Ray Darlington TUSC
  • Carol Kambites Green
  • Angie Lyes UKIP
  • Tom Skinner Conservative

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Coaley and Uley ward - Conservative Tim Boxall is fighting to keep his seat

He's up against Labour candidate Patricia Leonard and Green Party candidate Jim Dewey

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District ward count for Stonehouse about to start on table two - 35 per cent turnout

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Table seven to start count for the Coaley and Uley ward for SDC elections - just announced there was a 51 per cent turnout for the ward

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Go to the Elections 2014 section of the website to see a breakdown of the candidates running in each ward and the results as they come in.

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Papers are being verified, count to begin soon at Stratford Park

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