AFTER a day of counting votes, Salisbury has a new city council with immediate effect.

Previously a conservative majority, the new council is a political mix with 11 Conservative, six Labour and six Liberal Democrat councillors and one Independent.

Heard at Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre today, May 9, the results for Salisbury City Council are as follows:

Bemerton Heath ward:

Caroline Corbin - Labour
Tom Corbin - Labour
Ed Rimmer - Conservative

Salisbury st Paul's ward:

Samuel Charleston - Liberal Democrat
Victoria Charleston - Liberal Democrat
Mary Webb - Conservative

Salisbury St Francis and Stratford ward:

John Wells - Labour
Cliona Hibbert - Conservative
Mark Mewse - Conservative

Salisbury Fisherton and Bemerton Village ward:

Ricky Rogers – Labour
Jenny Bolwel – Labour
Jeremy Nettle – Conservative

Harnham East ward:

Ian Tomes - Labour
Jo Broom - Conservative
Sven Hocking - Conservative

Harnham West ward:

Paul Cunningham - Conservative
Brian Dalton - Liberal Democrat
Annie Riddle - Independent

Salisbury Milford ward:

Charles McGrath - Conservative
Jo King - Conservative
Alan Bayliss - Liberal Democrat

Salisbury St Edmunds ward:

Atiqul Hoque - Conservative
Chris Stanway - Liberal Democrat
Paul Sample - Liberal Democrat

Keep an eye on the Journal website over the coming days for all the reaction and comments from those elected. 

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