WINTERBOURNE’S Conservative South Gloucestershire councillors held on to their seats, but with a reduced margin ahead of the Liberal Democrats.
Nic Labuschagne (above right) topped the poll with 889 votes, with fellow sitting Tory councillor Trevor Jones (left) second with 819 votes.
The leading Liberal Democrat, Peter Bruce, was 141 votes behind Trevor Jones, cutting the deficit from 406 in 2019, when the same two candidates had come second and third.
Labour’s leading candidate was 52 votes behind the fourth-placed Lib Dem and the Greens, standing for the first time, came in seventh and eighth.
|Nic Labuschagne||Conservative Party||889||22%||Elected|
|Trevor John Jones||Conservative Party||819||21%||Elected|
|Peter Bruce||Liberal Democrats||678||17%||Not elected|
|David Goodwin||Liberal Democrats||572||14%||Not elected|
|John Lloyd||Labour Party||342||9%||Not elected|
|Beth McKinlay||Labour Party||290||7%||Not elected|
|Alan Lankester||Green Party||240||6%||Not elected|
|David Vernon||Green Party||158||4%||Not elected|