Royston Town Council elections 2014: Conservatives secure four seats and UKIP one in Royston Town Meridian

17:59 23 May 2014

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Four out of five seats in Royston Town Meridian went to the Conservative party with one seat going to UKIP.

Karen Harmel (Green) 381

MIKE HARRISON (Con) 725 - elected

Sean Howlett (UKIP) 347

John Ledden (Lib Dem) 288

Kirsty Lombari (UKIP) 416

PAULA MCGLYNN (UKIP) 480 - elected

Clive Porter (UKIP) 401

FRANCIS SMITH (Con) 655 - elected

Jamie Stuart (UKIP) 359

VERA SWALLOW (Con) 629 - elected

RITA TURNER (Con) 624 - elected

Oliver West (Lab) 313

Vaughan West (Lab) 282

Turnout: 39.77%

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