North Hertfordshire District Council elections 2014: Conservatives gain Royston Palace from Labour

14:18 23 May 2014

Conservative gain

Conservative gain


TheConservatives have won a seat from a former Labour mayor in Royston Palace.

Benjamin Lewis won by more than 100 votes with Labour candidate and former Royston mayor, Robert Inwood in second place.

● Peter Groves (Green) 92

● Mark Hughes (UKIP) 374

● Robert Inwood (Lab) 382

● Gerald Jackson (Lib Dem) 106


Turnout 35.1%


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