LiveLive updates - West Sussex County Council 2021 election results
Voters went to the polls yesterday to vote on new West Sussex county councillors for a four year term.
Going into the election, there are 50 Conservative councillors, eight Lib Dems four Labour, four independents, two independent Conservatives and two vacancies. Throughout today (Friday May 7) and tomorrow (Saturday) we will bring you all the results as they come in from across the county.
West Sussex County Council 2021 election results - live updates
Last updated: Saturday, 08 May, 2021, 13:41
- All 70 divsions up for grabs
- Bulk of results due today (Friday) with Adur and Worthing’s due to be counted Saturday
- Conservatives defending substantial majority
FINAL WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL RESULTS
TOTAL: CONSERVATIVES 48, LIB DEMS 10, LABOUR 9, GREEN 1, LOCAL ALLIANCE 1, INDEPENDENT 1.
Arun: CON 11 (+2), LD 2 (-2)
Adur: CON 5 (no change)
Chichester: CON 6 (-3), LD 2 (+1), Local Alliance 1 (+1), Greens 1 (+1)
Crawley: CON 5 (+1), LABOUR 4 (-1)
Horsham: CON 9 (-1), LD 3 (+1)
Mid Sussex: CON 8 (-3), LD 3 (+2), Ind 1 (+1)
Worthing: CON 4 (-4), LAB 5 (+5), LD 0 (-1)
The Conservatives have retained control of West Sussex County Council but with a reduced majority.
New Labour county councillors in Worthing
That’s a wrap
That’s a wrap on our West Sussex County Council live election coverage. Thanks for joining us yesterday and today. Full results for each of the areas and reaction will be posted shortly and on this liveblog.
There will be Worthing Borough Council and Adur District Council results tomorrow (Sunday). Check the Worthing Herald website for more.
LABOUR GAIN - TARRING
And that makes it five Labour gains, this time from the Lib Dems where Bob Smytherman stood down. A real three-horse race with Labour, Conservative and Lib Dem candidates finishing within around 100 votes of each other.
Stephen Carleysmith (Green) - 301 Henna Chowdhury (Labour) - 1221 Edward Crouch (Conservative) - 1193 Marco Di Paola (Libertarian) - 78 Hazel Thorpe (Lib Dem) - 1114
Adur elections all in
The Conservatives keep all five county council seats at Adur, run close in several places by Labour. We have only one division left to report in Worthing and that’s Tarring.
CONSERVATIVE HOLD - SHOREHAM NORTH
Emma Evans (Conservative) - 1648 Nico Kearns (Lib Dem) - 460 Deborah Stainforth (Labour) - 1482 Anne Younger (Green) - 364
CONSERVATIVE HOLD - SOMPTING & NORTH LANCING
Carson Albury (Conservative) - 2009 Lynn Finnigan (Green) - 301 Mike Glennon (For Britain) - 66 Cathy Glynn-Davies (Labour) - 745 Steve Male (Lib Dem) - 290
CONSERVATIVE HOLD - GORING
Jim Deen (Labour) - 784 Trevor Hopkins (Green) - 440 Robin Rogers (Lib Dem) - 214 Steve Waight (Conservative) - 1949
Four results to come
We’re waiting for Goring and Tarring in Worthing then Shoreham North and Sompting & North Lancing in Adur then this West Sussex County Council election will be in the books
LABOUR GAIN - WORTHING PIER
Fourth Labour gain in Worthing!
Worthing Pier (WSCC) Christine Brown (Lib Dem) - 236 Michael Cloake (Conservative) - 1185 Ian Davey (Green) - 558 John Turley (Labour) - 1276
CONSERVATIVE HOLD - SHOREHAM SOUTH
Catherine Arnold (Labour) - 1544 Kevin Boram (Conservative) - 1671 Leslie Groves-Williams (Green) - 906 Neville Pressley (Lib Dem) - 301
LABOUR GAIN- WORTHING EAST
Third Labour gain, this time in Worthing East
Caroline Baxter (Labour) - 1669 Alex Harman (Conservative) - 1154 Yvonne Leonard (Lib Dem) - 217 Joanne Paul (Green) - 392
CONSERVATIVE HOLD - DURRINGTON & SALVINGTON
Noel Atkins (Conservative) - 1736 James Darrall (Green) - 255 Emma Norton (Lib Dem) - 449 Helen Silman (Labour) - 648
CONSERVATIVE HOLD - SOUTHWICK
Angus Dunn (Conservative) - 1751 Steve Gilbert (Labour) - 1200 Patrick Ginnelly (Green) - 258 Ian Jones (Lib Dem) - 228