St Neots Eynesbury (two elected) Jim Corley (Ind) 687 Dr Nick Johnson (Lab) 404 Tony McNeill (Lab) 328 Robert Moores (Con) 525 Simone Taylor (Ind) 929 Adrian Usher (Cons) 528 Rejected: 9Cllr Corley said: I am very pleased people have seen fit to vote me in at district. I havent been a district councillor before - it will be taking it to another level. I think this is something that is needed in my mind as it will serve as a connection representing the town and the town needs. It will provide a level of confidence and a great deal of use as it will mean that I will be able to understand the procedure to bring more to the town. Cllr Taylor said: I am really excited about taking up the position but it will be quite daunting as I dont know what to expect but Im sure there will be a lot of people to me on my way. The thing I want to concentrate on is our roads in Eynesbury as they are falling apart.St Ives West Richard Allen (Labour) 137 \t Ryan Fuller (Con) 437 David Hodge (Lib Dem) 177 Margaret King (UKIP) 178 Total Votes: 929 Rejected: 7Cllr Fuller said: Its a fantastic result and I am really pleased that after four years and working hard for my area they have decided to re-elect me. There always panning matters I am assisting and helping with. Clearly the residents have confidence in me to carry on representing them.Cambridgeshire County Council St Neots Eaton Socon and Eynesbury James Corley (Ind) 479 Dr Nick Johnson (Lab) 625 Simone Taylor (Ind) 1,114 Karl Wainwright (Cons) 1,024 Rejected: 34Cllr Taylor said: I am hoping by being on town, district and county council that these three can work together and I can understand how all three levels work to get the best for Eynesbury. At this level I want to carry on the work that Steve Van De Kerkhove started on help young people in Eynesbury. Sawtry Nicholas Ashley (UKIP) 333 Nikki Elliott (Con) 435 Jonathan Orchard (Lab) 137 Dick Tuplin* (Ind) 802 Total Votes: 1,707 Rejected: 8Cllr Tuplin said: Its a relief to still have the support of the majority of people in Sawtry. Today it was pleasant talking to the other candidates that were there but I think it my local connection and that I have been in the village for a long time that has helped me secure the seat again.Somersham Steve Criswell* (Cons) 1,113 Iain Ramsbottom (Lab) 235 Shirley Reeve (UKIP) 244 Total Votes: 1,592 Rejected: 9Cllr Criswell said: I am very pleased to have been relected. It is a great opportunity to thank residents for their continued support. Throughout the next two years I will be working closely with parish councils and residents to support the current financial situation that we are in to make sure that we provide safer reliant provision for those that need it.Huntingdon East Tom Fletcher (Cons) 610 Marion Kadewere (Lab) 294 Mike Shellens* (Lib Dem) 1,208 Jane Varghese (UKIP) 375 Total Votes: 2,487 Rejected: 9Cllr Shellens said: Im satisfied that I have got in once again. Last time I got in by 30 places and this time it was something like over 500 votes. This is because I have been in the council for 12 years and I have high voter reception because of the work I do between each election. Over the next two years I will carry on providing case work support for people in Huntingdon. We [Liberal Democrats] thought we would end up with six seats and that is what we got so we are extremely pleased.St Neots Eaton Socon Derek Giles* (Ind) 783 Patricia Nicholls (Lab) 150 Keith Prentice (Cons) 351 Total Votes: 1,284 Rejected: 8Cllr Giles said: People can always know where I am and can come to me with their issues. I want to empower people in the area. Getting people involved in the community and engaging with them.Hemingfords Alison Donaldson (Con) 960 Philip Foster (UKIP) 312 Robert Leach (Lab) 236 David Priestman (Lib Dem) 356 Total Votes: 1,864 Rejected: 10Councillor Donaldson said: I am very proud and delighted that everybody voted for me. Im slightly overwhelmed; its all new to me so its a new process to get used to. Im looking forward to getting my teeth into it. I love the area and want to keep it as it is and want to listen to people and do what I can to help.Ramsey Ian Curtis (Con) 940 Lisa Ann Duffy (UKIP) 1,099 Kevin Minette (Lab) 273 Total Votes: 2,312 Rejected: 12Cllr Duffy said: I am really pleased, over the moon to be honest and extremely grateful to everyone who came out and voted for me. Its a privilege being a councillor and its just overwhelming when people put their faith in you. Ill be carrying on working with local residents and find out what their needs are.Little Paxton James Bartrick (Lib Dem) 231 Nicholas Kambula (Lab) 51 Daniel Morris (UKIP) 131 Laurence Swain (Con) 361 Liz Timms (Green) 140 Total Votes: 934 Rejected: 1Warboys and Bury Kevin Goddard (Lab) 165 Tony Hulme (Lib Dem) 237 Mick Mean (UKIP) 402 Jill Tavener (Con) 821 Total Votes: 1,625 Rejected: 9Cllr Tavener said: Its brilliant. My passions are the environment and reducing speeding through all three villages. Its been such an exciting day. There is very little in Warboys for the youths. By interacting with them, it will reduce the anti-social behaviour and allow them to be accountable for what they would like.Huntingdon North Peter Ashcroft (UKIP) 234 Patrick Kadewere* (Lab) 433 Alan Mackender-Lawrence (Ind) 115 Ricards Valatka (Cons) 171 Lakkana Yalagala (Lib Dem) 48 Total Votes: 1,001 Rejected: 9Cllr Kadewere said: I feel very pleased that I can carry on with the work I was going. I will make sure I do whatever it takes to help my community. My campaign team and manger Rob Leach and my door stoppers were excellent as they spoke to everybody. Yaxley and Farcet Colin Moody (UKIP) 568 Graeme Watkins (Labour) 533 Desmond Watt (Cons) 1,130 Total Votes: 2,251 Rejected: 6Eaton Ford Bob Farrer (Ind) 344 Sandie Giles (Ind) 814 Anna Hayward (Lab) 104 Melina LaFirenze (Green) 56 Graham Welton (Con) 489 Total Votes: 1,767 Rejected: 8Cllr Giles: It is my time to do something for me and the community as my grandchildren are all now in school. One thing I will not stand for is being people rude to each other in the chamber.St Ives South Lynne Bullen (UKIP) 342 John Davies (Con) 1,141 Lord Toby Jug (Ecc) 89 John Watson (Lab) 504 Total Votes: 2,077 Rejected: 21Cllr Davies: When people are not happy with the government, its local government that suffers for it. Some people had concerns about David Camerons leaflet which cost about £9million and I thought people might vote UKIP.St Ives East Jason Ablewhite (Con) 675 Paul Bullen (UKIP) 398 Angela Richards (Lab) 308, Colin Saundeson (Lib Dem) 150. Total Votes: 1,531 Rejected: 21Cllr Ablewhite said: Im ecstatic. My majority is up, which is a real testament to my hard work over the last four years. I will be stepping down as leader but I will be a backbench local member and I will still be working with our community.Brampton Rob Gardiner (Lab) 160 John Morris* (Lib Dem) 1031 Lin Sinclair (Cons) 643 Total votes: 1834 Rejected: 19Cllr Morris said: We [Liberal Democrats] work all year round to serve the people of Brampton so it is a real honour and pleasure to be relected and the work that we do has been reflected in this result. We work as a great team in the area and I think people appreciate that I and my fellow councillors are here for them.Godmanchester Keith Stukins (Cons) 411 Samuel Sweek (Lab) 253 David Underwood (Lib Dem) 1,055 Total Votes: 1,719 Rejected: 16Cllr Underwood said: I am absolutely delighted to have been elected. It has been a lot of hard work and the result of constant work because we work all year round. I think it is a vote for Godmanchester and a positive vote. I had a great team behind me throughout this. There will be many differences between the town council and the district council but I will be staying on on the town council but I think the both will work well together. For me it will now be about working with the people to deal with the ordinary everyday issues and being there for the residents.