North Hertfordshire District Council elections 2014: Conservatives hold Royston Heath

15:07 23 May 2014

The Conservatives have held their seat in Bassingbourn

The Conservatives have held their seat in Bassingbourn

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The Conservatives have held Royston Heath.

Current councillor Fiona Hill has been re-elected to the seat, beating nearest rival UKIP’s Pat Albone by just under 500 votes.

● Patricia Albone (UKIP) 331

● Kenneth Garland (Lab) 246

● FIONA HILL (Con) 827

● David May (Lib Dem) 146

● Phillip Oddy (Green) 166

Turnout: 39.8%

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