Gloucestershire County Council
Gloucestershire County Council consists of 53 Electoral Divisions, 10 of which cover Cheltenham, represented by one councillor for each Division with the whole County Council elected one every four years.
The current political makeup of the County Council is 31 Conservatives, 14 Liberal Democrats, five Labour, two Green and one People Against Bureaucracy.
The County Council is responsible for services that include education, transport, planning, fire and public safety, social care for the elderly and vunerable, libraries, waste management and trading standards.
More information on Gloucestershire County Council can be found here.
The Cheltenham division of the 2017 County Council election results:
- All Saints and Oakley
- Battledown and Charlton Kings
- Benhall and Up Hatherley
- Charlton Park and College
- Hesters Way and Springbank
- Lansdown and Park
- Leckhampton and Warden Hill
- Pittville and Prestbury
- St Mark’s and St Peter’s
- St Paul’s and Swindon Village
The results of previous County Council elections: