Denbighshire County Council
The council consists of a multi-party cabinet led by Councillor Hugh Evans, Independent Member for Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd/Gwyddelwern. The current Cabinet includes the highest number of women Councillors - 4 out of 9 posts - in Denbighshire's history.
Elections take place every four years. The last election was 3 May 2012.
The Liberal Democrat currently sits with the Independents.
|Year||Conservatives||Plaid Cymru||Labour||Liberal Democrats||Independents|
The county borough is divided into 30 electoral wards returning 47 councillors. Few communities in Denbighshire are coterminous with electoral wards. The following table lists council wards, communities and associated geographical areas. Communities with a community council are indicated with a '*':
Results of the Council election, 2004
|Democratic Alliance of Wales||Michael German||784||15.71|
|Democratic Alliance of Wales||Isobel German||757||15.17|
|Democratic Alliance of Wales||David Cooper||597||11.97|
|Independent (politician)||Neville Hugh-Jones||462||20.66|
|Independent (politician)||Peter Duffy||443||19.81|
|Independent (politician)||David Morris||353||15.78|
- Denbighshire County Council (official site)