Cambridgeshire County Council election, 2013

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Cambridgeshire County Council election, 2013

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All 69 seats to Cambridgeshire County Council
35 seats needed for a majority

  First party Second party
 
Party Conservative Liberal Democrat
Seats won 32 14
Seat change Decrease10 Decrease9

  Third party Fourth party
 
Party UKIP Labour
Seats won 12 7
Seat change Increase11 Increase5

Cambridgeshire UK local election 2013 map.svg
Map showing the results of the 2013 Cambridgeshire County Council elections.

Council control before election

Conservative

Council control after election

No Overall Control

An election to Cambridgeshire County Council took place on 2 May 2013 as part of the United Kingdom local elections, 2013.[1] 69 councillors were elected from 60 electoral divisions, which returned either one or two county councillors each by first-past-the-post voting for a four-year term of office. The electoral divisions were the same as those used at the previous election in 2009. No elections were held in Peterborough, which is a unitary authority outside the area covered by the County Council. The election saw the Conservative Party lose overall control of the council.[2]

All locally registered electors (British, Irish, Commonwealth and European Union citizens) who were aged 18 or over on Thursday 2 May 2013 were entitled to vote in the local elections. Those who were temporarily away from their ordinary address (for example, away working, on holiday, in student accommodation or in hospital) were also entitled to vote in the local elections,[3] although those who had moved abroad and registered as overseas electors cannot vote in the local elections. It is possible to register to vote at more than one address (such as a university student who had a term-time address and lives at home during holidays) at the discretion of the local Electoral Register Office, but it remains an offence to vote more than once in the same local government election.[4]

Summary[edit]

In total 292 candidates stood in the election. Only the Labour Party and the Conservative Party contested all 69 seats on the council. The Liberal Democrats stood 61 candidates, not standing in four divisions in Fenland and only contesting one seat in some two-member divisions. The United Kingdom Independence Party stood 52 candidates, including a full slate in Huntingdonshire, although two nominated candidates in Fenland withdrew before the deadline and did not appear on the ballot.[5] The Green Party stood 25 candidates, mostly in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire. The English Democrats stood two candidates in Whittlesey, while the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition stood two candidates in the Godmanchester & Huntingdon East division. The Official Monster Raving Loony Party stood two candidates in St Ives and in Bar Hill divisions, and one candidate stood for the Cambridge Socialists in Romsey. There were also nine independent candidates.

The United Kingdom Independence Party made substantial gains, taking 11 seats from the Conservatives mostly in Fenland and northern Huntingdonshire. Southern Huntingdonshire saw the Conservatives lose a seat to the Liberal Democrats in the Godmanchester & Huntingdon East division, as well as two seats to independents in the St Neots Eaton Socon & Eynesbury division. The Labour Party gained seats in Cambridge from the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party, including Arbury which Labour had won in a 2011 by-election, winning half of the city's 14 county council divisions.[6] In East Cambridgeshire, the Conservatives gained both divisions in Ely from the Liberal Democrats but lost Littleport to UKIP. In South Cambridgeshire, Conservative council leader Nick Clarke lost his seat in Fulbourn to the Liberal Democrats. The Liberal Democrats however lost four other seats in the district including in Linton, where the Conservative candidate won by a single vote.

Aftermath[edit]

The Conservatives will continue to run the council however they will do so in a minority, with Whittlesey councillor Martin Curtis as council leader.[7] In addition the council structure will switch from a cabinet system to a committee system, starting from May 2014.[8]

Results summary[edit]

Cambridgeshire County Council election, 2013[9][10]
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 32 5 15 −10 46 33.6 59,129 −12.0%
  Liberal Democrat 14 2 11 −9 20 19.7 34,588 −14.0%
  UKIP 12 11 0 +11 17 21.1 37,132 +17.8%
  Labour 7 5 0 +5 10 17.4 30,632[a] +8.3%
  Independent 4 4 0 +4 6 4.2 7,354 +2.0%
  Green 0 0 1 −1 0 3.3 5,873 −1.6%
  English Democrat 0 0 0 0 0 0.3 584 n/a
  Monster Raving Loony 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 225 −0.2%
  TUSC 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 148 n/a
  Cambridge Socialists 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 118 n/a

Results by District[edit]

Cambridge (14 seats)[edit]

Abbey[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Joan Whitehead 926 53.4 +24.1
Green Brett Hughes 321 18.5 −22.1
Conservative David Smith 296 17.1 −0.1
Liberal Democrat Christopher Brown 192 11.1 −1.9
Turnout 1,751 26.1
Labour gain from Green Swing
Arbury[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Paul Sales 947 49.4 +20.4
Liberal Democrat Daniel Levy 331 16.8 −25.2
UKIP Hugh Mennie 246 12.5 n/a
Conservative Ali Meftah 226 11.5 −4.3
Green Stephen Lawrence 195 9.9 −3.3
Turnout 1,977 29.0
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Castle[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent John Hipkin 781 41.0 +11.2
Liberal Democrat Belinda Brooks-Gordon 620 32.6 −10.5
Labour Edward Browne 317 16.7 +8.9
Conservative Richard Jeffs 109 5.7 −4.8
UKIP Nicholas Wilson 76 4.0 n/a
Turnout 1,912 29.8
Independent gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Cherry Hinton[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Sandra Crawford 1,150 58.5 +16.3
Conservative Timothy Haire 453 22.9 −8.5
Green Megan Parry 214 10.8 −2.4
Liberal Democrat William Barter 155 7.8 −5.4
Turnout 1,998 31.4
Labour hold Swing
Coleridge[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Noel Kavanagh 1,071 53.9 +17.6
Conservative Sam Barker 347 17.5 −14.9
UKIP Bill Kaminski 272 13.7 +7.5
Green Shaun Esgate 149 7.5 −4.8
Liberal Democrat Thomas Yates 148 7.4 −5.3
Turnout 1,990 30.6
Labour hold Swing
East Chesterton[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Ian Manning 1,147 45.9 +10.1
Labour Clare Blair 832 33.3 +18.3
UKIP Peter Burkinshaw 221 8.8 −0.9
Conservative Tom Kerby 160 6.4 −18.4
Green Peter Pope 140 5.6 −9.1
Turnout 2,509 37.5
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
King's Hedges[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Fiona Onasanya 716 48.9 +22.8
Liberal Democrat Neale Upstone 281 19.2 −19.9
Independent Ian Tyes 243 16.6 n/a
Conservative Anette Karimi 224 15.3 −7.6
Turnout 1,487 23.5
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Market[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Edward Cearns 475 33.1 −11.6
Labour Dan Ratcliffe 434 30.2 +17.6
Green Simon Sedgwick-Jell 268 18.7 −2.5
Conservative Sheila Lawlor 258 18.0 −3.4
Turnout 1,452 22.7
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Newnham[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Lucy Nethsingha 797 43.2 −3.1
Labour Peter Sarris 661 35.8 +21.6
Conservative Jonathan Farmer 230 12.5 −9.7
Green Tom Watkins 150 8.6 −8.7
Turnout 1,854 27.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Petersfield[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Ashley Walsh 943 55.9 +26.2
Liberal Democrat Keith Edkins 270 16.0 −25.8
Green Sandra Billington 267 15.8 +1.2
Conservative Linda Yeatman 206 12.2 −1.7
Turnout 1,697 28.3
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Queen Edith's[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Amanda Taylor 1,188 44.8 −11.5
Labour Co-op John Beresford 931 35.1 +27.7
Conservative Tom Bygott 361 13.6 −10.5
Green William Birkin 172 6.5 −5.7
Turnout 2,662 40.2
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Romsey[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Kilian Bourke 1,118 47.9 +13.5
Labour Martin Smart 741 31.7 +11.2
Green Hywel Sedgwick-Jell 138 5.9 −6.4
UKIP Marjorie Barr 118 5.1 +1.1
Cambridge Socialists Tom Woodcock 118 5.1 −12.5
Conservative Andrew Bower 103 4.4 −6.8
Turnout 2,344 36.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Trumpington[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Barbara Ashwood 763 37.0 −6.6
Conservative John Ionides 735 35.6 −0.4
Labour Peter Snow 239 15.9 +8.4
Green Ceri Galloway 236 11.4 −1.5
Turnout 2,070 34.5
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
West Chesterton[11][12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Jocelynne Scutt 1,046 40.9 +25.3
Liberal Democrat David Grace 960 37.6 −8.1
Conservative James Strachan 337 13.2 −7.4
Green Shayne Mitchell 212 8.3 −9.8
Turnout 2,573 41.1
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

East Cambridgeshire (9 seats)[edit]

Burwell[13][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative David Brown 893 46.1 −1.5
Liberal Democrat Charlotte Cane 394 20.3 −26.2
UKIP Michael Banahan 374 19.3 n/a
Labour Liz Swift 277 14.3 +8.4
Turnout 1,942 30.2
Conservative hold Swing
Ely North and East[15][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mike Rouse 1,086 39.8 −5.3
Liberal Democrat Nigel Bell 612 22.4 −24.7
UKIP Peter Dawe 482 17.6 n/a
Labour Clem Butler 385 14.1 +6.3
Green Robert Edwards 166 6.1 n/a
Turnout 2,743 31.9
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Ely South and West[16][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Anna Bailey 973 38.5 −3.7
Liberal Democrat Sue Austen 712 28.2 −23.8
UKIP Jeremy Tyrrell 441 17.5 n/a
Labour Ruth Barber 275 10.9 +5.1
Green Andrew Allen 126 5.0 n/a
Turnout 2,534 37.4
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Haddenham[17][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Bill Hunt 1,292 49.3 −2.0
UKIP Mark Higginson 538 20.5 n/a
Liberal Democrat Gareth Wilson 463 17.7 −26.9
Labour Rob Bayley 239 9.0 +4.9
Green Gemma Bristow 90 3.4 n/a
Turnout 2,624 33.9
Conservative hold Swing
Littleport[18][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Daniel Divine 475 35.8 n/a
Conservative Fred Brown 389 29.3 −24.9
Liberal Democrat Neil Morrison 260 19.6 −18.3
Labour Edna Simms 202 15.2 +7.3
Turnout 1,334 20.3
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Soham and Fordham Villages (2 seats)[19][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative James Palmer 2,064 25.0 −12.9
Conservative Joshua Schumann 1,623 19.7
UKIP Dick Bourne 1,364 16.5 n/a
UKIP John Howlett 1,198 14.5
Labour Mike Swift 597 7.2 +5.9
Liberal Democrat Charles Warner 588 7.1 −24.1
Labour Chris Horne 499 6.0
Liberal Democrat Chika Akinwale 319 3.9
Turnout 8,252 22.3
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Sutton[20][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Philip Read 817 49.4 +3.9
Liberal Democrat Lorna Dupre 542 32.8 +8.9
Labour Peter Allenson 295 17.8 +10.6
Turnout 1,694 25.7
Conservative hold Swing
Woodditton[21][14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mathew Shuter 1,327 60.2 +5.6
Labour Steven O'Dell 466 21.1 +14.6
Liberal Democrat Jennifer Liddle 411 18.6 −20.3
Turnout 2,241 28.1
Conservative hold Swing

Fenland (11 seats)[edit]

Chatteris[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Sandra Rylance 584 34.8 n/a
Conservative Mark Buckton 579 34.5 −15.7
Liberal Democrat Josephine Ratcliffe 358 21.3 −21.6
Labour Ann Beevor 159 9.5 +2.6
Turnout 1,689 27.6
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Forty Foot[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative David Connor 845 39.3 +0.6
UKIP David Kelley 681 31.7 +16.7
Independent Mark Archer 428 19.9 −10.4
Labour Valerie Brooker 197 9.2 +4.3
Turnout 2,157 30.2
Conservative hold Swing
March East[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Fred Yeulett 673 35.1 −25.5
UKIP Richard Mason 635 33.1 n/a
Labour Martin Field 508 26.5 +8.8
Liberal Democrat Diane Baldry 103 5.4 −18.3
Turnout 1,926 29.4
Conservative hold Swing
March North[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Steve Count 616 38.0 −17.8
UKIP Christina Towns 501 30.9 n/a
Liberal Democrat Stephen Court 328 20.2 −10.3
Labour David Brown 177 10.9 −2.8
Turnout 1,624 29.4
Conservative hold Swing
March West[23][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John Clark 1,023 60.3 +6.6
Labour Charlotte Goodhall-Perry 402 23.7 +15.6
Liberal Democrat Heather Kinnear 271 16.0 +3.3
Turnout 1,762 27.6
Conservative hold Swing
Roman Bank and Peckover[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Alan Lay 955 41.2 +16.5
Conservative Steve Tierney 944 40.7 −12.3
Labour Barry Diggle 335 14.4 +2.2
Liberal Democrat Robert McLaren 85 3.7 −6.4
Turnout 2,326 32.5
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Waldersey[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Gordon Gillick 713 35.9 +27.4
Liberal Democrat Gavin Booth 608 30.6 +2.9
Conservative Will Sutton 528 26.6 −13.8
Labour Jess Hibbert 139 7.0 +0.7
Turnout 1,996 28.8
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Whittlesey North[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Martin Curtis 1,151 55.6 −6.7
UKIP John Redding 611 29.5 n/a
Labour Colin Gale 260 12.6 −2.7
English Democrat Maria Goldspink 48 2.3 n/a
Turnout 2,084 33.7
Conservative hold Swing
Whittlesey South[23][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Ralph Butcher 990 54.2 −13.2
English Democrat Stephen Goldspink 536 29.3 n/a
Labour Aidan Hervey 302 16.5 +6.6
Turnout 1,851 27.9
Conservative hold Swing
Wisbech North[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Paul Clapp 808 40.3 +9.6
Independent Virginia Bucknor 529 26.4 n/a
Conservative Samantha Hoy 473 23.6 −18.1
Labour Dean Reeves 193 9.6 −5.9
Turnout 2,008 26.3
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Wisbech South[5][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Peter Lagoda 774 38.2 +11.7
Conservative Simon King 636 31.4 −14.9
Labour Malcom Gamble 333 16.5 +5.9
Liberal Democrat Patrick Roy 281 13.9 +4.4
Turnout 2,029 25.1
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing

Huntingdonshire (19 seats)[edit]

Brampton and Kimbolton[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Peter Downes 1,396 47.7 −11.8
Conservative Jane King 769 26.3 −11.9
UKIP Jenny O'Dell 646 22.1 n/a
Labour Mark Johnson 118 4.0 +1.8
Turnout 2,935 40.5
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Buckden, Gransden and The Offords[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Julie Wisson 1,039 43.6 −12.8
UKIP Lynne Bullen 573 24.1 n/a
Liberal Democrat Terry Clough 555 23.3 −16.3
Labour Patrick Hickey 214 9.0 +5.0
Turnout 2,386 30.1
Conservative hold Swing
Godmanchester and Huntingdon East (2 seats)[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Michael Shellens 1,226 16.3 −14.2
Liberal Democrat Graham Wilso 1,195 15.9
UKIP Martin Cohen 1,171 15.5 n/a
UKIP Derek Norman 1,080 14.3
Conservative Andrew Bish 1,026 13.6 −20.0
Conservative Daryl Brown 1,024 13.6
Labour David King 331 4.4 +2.4
Labour Robert Pugh 330 4.4
TUSC Antony Staples 76 1.0 n/a
TUSC Robert Cossey-Mowle 72 1.0
Turnout 32.0
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing
Huntingdon (2 seats)[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Peter Ashcroft 1,118 19.3 n/a
Conservative Peter Brown 1,106 17.5 −20.2
UKIP Kay Norman 985 17.0
Conservative Laine Kadic 836 14.4
Labour Nik Johnson 721 12.4 +9.9
Labour Marion Kadewere 611 10.5
Liberal Democrat Michael Burrell 277 4.8 −17.1
Liberal Democrat Trish Shrapnel 238 4.1
Turnout 26.7
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Little Paxton and St Neots North (2 seats)[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Barry Chapman 1,312 19.3 −21.8
Conservative David Harty 1,158 17.1
UKIP Marian Appleton 947 13.9 n/a
Independent Bob Farrer 858 12.6 n/a
Independent Ken Churchill 746 11.0 n/a
UKIP Sherrell Smart 596 8.8
Labour Emlyn Rees 360 5.3 +3.7
Liberal Democrat Gordon Thorpe 311 4.6 −21.8
Labour Jim Lomax 286 4.2
Green Melina Lafirenze 216 3.2 −6.5
Turnout 28.2
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Norman Cross (2 seats)[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Roger Henson 1,270 21.3 +25.2
Conservative Mac McGuire 1,231 20.6 −15.8
Conservative Nick Guyatt 1,224 20.5
UKIP Barry Hyland 1,146 19.2
Labour Margaret Cochrane 481 8.1 +4.4
Labour Graeme Watkins 405 6.8
Liberal Democrat Christopher Waites 218 3.6 −13.8
Turnout 25.2
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Ramsey[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Peter Reeve 1,406 66.7 +21.4
Conservative Madeleine Jackson 523 24.8 −10.9
Labour Susan Coomey 110 5.2 +2.4
Liberal Democrat Anthony Jebson 70 3.3 −12.8
Turnout 2,109 32.7
UKIP hold Swing
Sawtry and Ellington[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Simon Bywater 1,228 49.1 +29.2
Conservative Viv McGuire 894 35.7 −20.0
Labour Mary Howell 230 9.2 +3.7
Liberal Democrat Rupert Moss-Eccardt 149 6.0 −12.8
Turnout 2,517 34.3
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Somersham and Earith[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Steve Criswell 1,321 52.2 −10.9
UKIP Peter Verrechia 717 28.3 +13.1
Liberal Democrat Tony Hulme 288 11.4 −5.9
Labour Iain Ramsbottom 206 8.1 +3.7
Turnout 2,535 34.0
Conservative hold Swing
St Ives (2 seats)[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Paul Bullen 1,581 19.7 n/a
Conservative Kevin Reynolds 1,521 18.9 −16.7
UKIP Margaret King 1,459 18.2
Conservative Ryan Fuller 1,433 17.9
Liberal Democrat David Hodge 514 6.4 −21.3
Labour Richard Allen 486 6.1 +3.9
Labour Angela Richards 448 5.6
Liberal Democrat Colin Saunderson 389 4.8
Monster Raving Loony Lord Toby Jug 197 2.5 −3.7
Turnout 28.4
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Conservative hold Swing
St Neots Eaton Socon and Eynesbury (2 seats)[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Derek Giles 1,311 22.6 n/a
Independent Steven Van de Kerkhove 1,141 19.7 n/a
Conservative Roger Harrison 728 12.6 −25.5
Conservative Adrian Usher 710 12.2
UKIP Dave Howard 692 11.9 n/a
UKIP Steve Lancaster 470 8.1
Labour Wendy Hurst 250 4.3 −0.4
Labour William O'Connor 209 3.6
Liberal Democrat Martin Land 162 2.8 −38.6
Green Gareth Thomas 126 2.2 n/a
Turnout 25.9
Independent gain from Conservative Swing
Independent gain from Conservative Swing
The Hemingfords and Fenstanton[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Ian Bates 1,141 47.6 −18.4
UKIP Philip Foster 794 33.1 n/a
Liberal Democrat David Priestman 232 9.7 −17.7
Labour John Watson 231 9.6 +3.0
Turnout 2,402 32.3
Conservative hold Swing
Warboys and Upwood[24][25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Michael Tew 1,002 47.0 +18.5
Conservative Jason Ablewhite 796 37.3 −12.8
Labour Kevin Goddard 171 8.0 +4.5
Liberal Democrat Christine Wills 164 7.7 −10.2
Turnout 2,142 29.6
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing

South Cambridgeshire (16 seats)[edit]

Bar Hill[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John Reynolds 1,175 45.4 −10.3
UKIP Helene Davies-Green 570 22.0 +11.9
Labour Norman Crowther 352 13.6 +5.1
Green Teal Riley 242 9.4 −0.2
Liberal Democrat Andy Pellew 219 8.5 −7.6
Monster Raving Loony Lord Broughall 28 1.1 n/a
Turnout 2,593 35.1
Conservative hold Swing
Bassingbourn[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Adrian Dent 726 45.8 −12.2
Green Simon Saggers 544 34.3 +12.1
Labour Mark Toner 199 12.5 +3.9
Liberal Democrat Mark Holmes 117 7.4 −3.7
Turnout 1,613 29.5
Conservative hold Swing
Bourn[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mervyn Loynes 449 26.0 −23.3
Liberal Democrat Roger Hume 434 25.1 −11.8
Labour Gavin Clayton 393 22.7 +8.9
UKIP Lister Wilson 363 21.0 n/a
Green Marcus Pitcaithly 89 5.2 n/a
Turnout 1,732 25.9
Conservative hold Swing
Cottenham, Histon and Impington (2 seats)[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Mike Mason 1,317 14.8 n/a
Liberal Democrat John Jenkins 1,260 14.2 −18.4
Conservative Lynda Harford 1,147 12.9 −16.5
Liberal Democrat Sue Gymer 1,127 12.7
Conservative Timothy Wotherspoon 1,082 12.2
Labour Huw Jones 931 10.5 +13.4
Labour Brenda Biamonti 817 9.2
UKIP Eric Heaver 637 7.2 n/a
UKIP Joe Webster 567 6.4
Turnout 4,753 34.5
Independent gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Duxford[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Peter Topping 1,125 42.7 +7.1
Liberal Democrat Warren Wilson 765 29.0 −22.6
UKIP Elizabeth Wade 488 18.5 n/a
Labour Ann Sinnott 256 9.7 +5.2
Turnout 2,644 37.9
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Fulbourn[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat John Williams 1,180 44.8 +18.5
Conservative Nick Clarke 848 32.2 −3.4
Labour June Ford 434 16.5 +8.6
Green David Smith 169 6.4 n/a
Turnout 2,654 34.6
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing
Gamlingay[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Sebastian Kindersley 1,456 49.8 −7.7
Conservative Alison Elcox 730 24.9 −12.3
UKIP Diane Birnie 478 16.3 n/a
Labour Peter Smith 262 9.0 +3.7
Turnout 2,944 37.6
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Hardwick[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Stephen Frost 1,006 41.7 +10.1
Liberal Democrat Peter Fane 905 37.5 −16.9
Labour Adam Dutton 503 20.8 +16.2
Turnout 2,468 31.9
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Linton[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Roger Hickford 1,253 40.2 −6.2
Liberal Democrat John Batchelor 1,252 40.1 −8.3
UKIP Timothy Skottowe 346 11.1 n/a
Labour Tom Purser 269 8.6 +3.4
Turnout 3,129 42.6
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Melbourn[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Susan Van de Ven 1,875 62.6 +12.8
UKIP David Kendrick 475 15.8 n/a
Conservative Duncan Bullivant 440 14.7 −24.4
Labour Angela Patrick 207 6.9 +2.4
Turnout 3,006 40.8
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Papworth and Swavesey[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mandy Smith 938 49.6 −14.5
UKIP David Birnie 391 20.7 n/a
Labour David Barrett 234 12.4 +3.8
Green Gaynor Clements 197 10.4 n/a
Liberal Democrat Richard Gymer 131 6.9 −20.5
Turnout 1,899 30.9
Conservative hold Swing
Sawston (2 seats)[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Tony Orgee 1,852 24.0 −7.0
Conservative Gail Kenney 1,754 22.7
UKIP Andrew Billinge 954 12.4 n/a
Labour Adrian French 880 11.4 +9.8
Green Linda Whitebread 810 10.5 −4.9
Labour Mike Nettleton 801 10.4
Liberal Democrat Michael Kilpatrick 669 8.7 −10.1
Turnout 4,241 32.2
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Waterbeach[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Maurice Leeke 1,217 42.5 −9.8
Conservative James Hockney 1,053 36.8 −6.0
UKIP Richard Glover 279 9.7 n/a
Labour Paul Finley 191 6.7 +1.8
Green Eleanor Crane 122 4.3 n/a
Turnout 2,872 40.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Willingham[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Ray Manning 882 39.6 −18.5
UKIP Martin Hale 636 28.5 n/a
Labour Ben Monks 387 17.4 +10.2
Green Helen Stocks 175 7.9 n/a
Liberal Democrat Barry Platt 148 6.6 −28.1
Turnout 2,231 29.9
Conservative hold Swing

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