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We will publish all of the Erewash election results as they happen.

The Conservatives have taken both seats from Labour in the borough council by elections.

By election results

Nottingham Road ward by election results: Rodney Wilby Allen, Liberal Democrat: 47  Lee Charles Fletcher, The Green Party: 110 Bryn James Lewis, Conservative: 707. Elected.  Adam Thompson, Labour: 509

The results for the Hallam Fields ward are: Angela Togni, Liberal Democrat: 73 votes. Jo Ward, Labour: 507 votes. Jon Wright, Conservative: 683 votes. Elected.

Derbyshire County Council results

Long Eaton

Conservatives have retained the seat for Long Eaton.

Rachel Allen, Liberal Democrat: 204

Lee Charles Fletcher, The Green Party: 265

Alan Griffiths, Conservative: 1,685.

Gordon Francis Thomas, Labour: 1,215

Ilkeston West:

Tony King, Conservative: 1,919. Elected. Seat is retained 

Abbie Elen Monaghan, The Green Party: 206

Jennifer Claire Smith, Liberal Democrat: 76

Dan Whittle, Labour: 1,154

Ilkeston South:

James Clifford Hedley Dawson, Labour: 1,217

Aaron Patrick Gibson, Conservative: 1,401. Elected. Conservative gain.

Heather Angharad Hierons, The Green Party: 168

Angela Togni, Liberal Democrat: 94

Ilkeston East:

Robert Frederick Flatley, Conservative: 1,399. Elected.

Zee Hayley Sheldon, The Green Party: 179.

Geoff Stratford, Labour: 1041.

Kristopher Watts, Liberal Democrat: 62. 


Garry Keith Hickton, Conservative: 1,631. Elected. Seat retained.

Charlotte Louise Land, The Green Party: 319.

Laurie Morgen, Labour: 1,241.

Jane Elizabeth Oseman, Liberal Democrat: 236.

Breadsall and West Hallam:

David Charles Adams, Reform UK: 91

Carol Ann Hart, Conservative: 2,353. Elected.

Robert Mark Mee, Liberal Democrat: 976

Ian Richard Wilson, Labour: 694


Robert Alan Parkinson, Conservative: 2,619. Elected. Seat retained.

Brent Poland, The Green Party: 942

Adam Thompson, Labour: 823


James Martin Archer, Liberal Democrat: 457

Kewal Singh Athwal, Conservative: 2,035. Elected.

Denise June Bond, Labour: 1,071.

Stephanie Wendy Dunn, The Green Party: 150

Jo Homer, Reform UK:  87


Ashley Christopher James Dunn, The Green Party: 224

Wayne Stephen Major, Conservative: 2,281. Elected. Seat retained.

Celia Jane Powers, Labour: 973.

Gaynor Watts, Reform UK: 67

Susannah Louise Watts, Liberal Democrat: 133

Ockbrook and Borrowash Parish Councils

Borrowash East ward:

Christine Amanda Millward, Independent: 434. Elected.

John Tizzard, Conservative: 335. 

Borrowash West ward:

Philip John Archer, Conservative: 375.

Greg Maskalick, Independent: 585. Elected.

Little Eaton Referendum

A Neighbourhood Planning Referendum in the Parish of Little Eaton was held to decide on the question:

“Do you want Erewash Borough Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Little Eaton Parish to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”

The number cast in favour of yes was 794 (90.4%) and 84 voted no (9.6%). The turnout was 45.3%.

Police and Crime Commissioner 

Angelique Foster for the Conservatives was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire. 

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