The Wokingham Paper

VOTE 2019: Wokingham Borough Council results

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Wokingham Borough residents were asked to vote on 18 seats across the borough today – these are known as wards, with voters voting for their local ward.

The borough operates on a system of thirds: in a four-year cycle, a third of seats are contested every year bar the fourth (fallow) year. The last fallow year was 2016.

In some wards, this system means there was no election as their ward was contested at a different stage in the cycle – for example, Arborfield, which only has one candidate.

Wokingham Borough Council overall results

Wokingham Conservatives are the largest party. There are 54 seats overall, so the majority is 28 seats.


Barkham ward


Bulmershe & Whitegates ward

Coronation ward


Emmbrook ward


Evendons ward


Hawkedon ward


Hillside ward


Loddon ward


Maiden Erleigh ward


Norreys ward


Shinfield North ward


Shinfield South ward


Sonning ward


South Lake ward


Twyford ward


Wescott ward


Winnersh ward


Wokingham Without ward


 

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