Royston Town Council elections 2014: UKIP and Labour gain Royston Town Palace seats
- Credit: Archant
Labour have won two seats and UKIP one on the Royston Town Palace ward of Royston Town Council.
The remaining three went to the Conservatives – who prior to the elections held 13 out of 15 seats.
Pat Albone (UKIP) 392
LES BAKER (Lab) 502 - elected
Amy Bourke (Lab) 400
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Janet Burton (UKIP) 385
SARAH DINGLEY (Con) 528 - elected
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Elizabeth Freeman (Lib Dem) 306
Ken Garland (Lab) 349
Gemma Hughes (UKIP) 409
MARK HUGHES (UKIP) 410 - elected
ROBERT INWOOD (Lab) 498 - elected
BENJAMIN LEWIS(Con) 543 - elected
Jamie Lombari (UKIP) 331
Robin Todd (Lab) 342