Royston Town Council elections 2014: Conservatives secure four out of five seats in Royston Town Heath

17:29 23 May 2014

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Four out of the five seats in Royston Town Heath went to Conservatives with one seat going to an Independent candidate.

PETER BURT (Con) 760 - elected

LINDSAY DAVIDSON (Con) 788 - elected

JOHN DAVISON (Con) 714 - elected

VICTORIA HULSTROM-ALLEN (Con) 611 - elected

ROD KENNEDY (Ind) 635 - elected

Robin Kin (Lab) 435

Nanya Lilley (Lib Dem) 386

Phil Oddy (Green) 518

Graham Palmer (Con) 578

Turnout: 39.37%

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