Halton local election results 2024: Who won council elections in my area - final results revealed

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Seats in eighteen wards were up for grabs in Thursday’s election.

Labour has tightened its hold on Halton, as the latest local election results have now been revealed. Polling stations opened at 7.00am on Thursday (May 2), with registered electors able to vote until 10.00pm.

Seats in eighteen wards were up for grabs in Thursday’s election, with 57 candidates standing. Prior to the vote on May 2, the Labour Party held 49 of the 54 seats on the council, while the Liberal Democrats had three and the Conservatives had two.

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Now, the Conservative party has just one seat in Halton, after Labour candidate Neil Connolly took control of Daresbury, Moore and Sandymoor. Now holding 50 seats, the Labour party remain dominant, with no other major changes to the political makeup of the council.

Local election 2024 - detailed results for Halton Borough Council

  • Appleton: Edward Jones - Labour (hold)
  • Bankfield: Anthony McDermott - Labour (hold)
  • Beechwood & Heath: Margaret Ratcliffee - Lib Dem (hold)
  • Birchfield: Angela Ball - Labour (hold)
  • Bridgewater: Stefan Nelson - Labour (hold)
  • Central & West Bank: Pamela Wallace - Labour (hold)
  • Daresbury, Moore & Sandymoor: Neil Connolly - Labour (gain)
  • Ditton, Hale Village & Halebank: Michael Wharton - Labour (hold)
  • Farnworth: Angela McInerney - Labour (hold)
  • Grange: Katy McDonough - Labour (hold)
  • Halton Castle: Sharon Thornton - Labour (hold)
  • Halton Lea: Kathleen Loftus - Labour (hold)
  • Halton View: Robert Polhill - Labour (hold)
  • Highfield: Marie Wall - Labour (hold)
  • Hough Green: Sandra Baker - Labour (hold)
  • Mersey & Weston: Victoria Begg - Labour (hold)
  • Norton North: Irene Bramwell - Labour (hold)
  • Norton South & Preston Brook: Colin Hughes - Labour (hold)

The results of the Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner elections and the Liverpool City Region Mayoral election results will be announced on Saturday.

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