News release from 06/05/2022

Elections results from South Cambridgeshire District Council

Elections results from South Cambridgeshire District Council

The results of South Cambridgeshire District Council’s elections have been announced after residents headed to polling stations across the district yesterday (Thursday 5 May 2022).

All 45 seats on the Council were up for election. Votes were counted today (Friday 6 May 2022) in the Conservation Hall at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford.

The number of seats held by each party following the election is:

Liberal Democrats: 37

Conservative: 8

Parish Councils in Fowlmere, Great Wilbraham, Impington and Stow-cum-Quy also went to the polls, as did Cambourne Town Council.

South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Chief Executive Liz Watts, who was Returning Officer for the election, said: “Thank you to my hardworking colleagues who staffed and supported more than 120 polling stations across the district yesterday, and gathered to count all the votes today. Also, a huge thanks to our fantastic Elections team for their incredible efforts. Organising an election is no easy task and we are fortunate that in South Cambridgeshire we have some extremely talented and dedicated officers.”