Number of seats: 1
|Ansell, Glenis Jean||Liberal Democrats||380||37.59 %|
|Fisher, Jon||The Labour Party Candidate||172||17.01 %|
|Rounds, Tom||The Conservative Party Candidate||459||45.40 %||Elected|
|The number of ballot papers rejected was as follows||Number of|
|Total spoiled papers:||3|
|Vacant Seats: 1||Electorate: 3,295||Ballot Papers Issued: 1,014||Turnout: 30.77 %|
Electoral Area Boundary
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- Thursday 4 June 2009New unitary council resulting from the merger of the old Wiltshire county council and the four district councils (Kennet, North Wiltshire, Salisbury and West Wiltshire)
- Thursday 2 May 2013Full council election
- Thursday 6 May 2021Full council election, end of four year cycle.
Last updated: Sunday, 26 June, 2022