Runnymede Local Election results 2024 in full as Conservatives lose a number of seats

Across Runnymede, voters went to the polls on Thursday (May 2) in order to cast their votes to fill 14 positions on the council. Most of the results are now in - check our interactive widget below.

The Conservative Party lost a number of seats - including in Chertsey St. Ann's, with Labour getting 654 votes, compared to 480 for Conservatives. They also lost their seat in Egham Hythe. Overall in Runnymede it is two Liberal Democrat gains, four Labour gains, one gain for the Green Party and the rest of the seats are held.

One of the Liberal Democrat gains from the Conservatives was in New Haw - where they received 74.9% of votes (1,223) vs Conservatives 337 votes. This means Howard Freeman, lost his seat.

The Conservatives went into the 2024 elections as the largest party and held 18 of the 41 seats on the council. The remaining seats were held by six Runnymede Independent Residents Group councillors, five unaffiliated independent councillors, four Labour, four Lib Dems, two Green and one councillor for Reform UK.

One third of the seats are being contested in 2024 with seats up for grabs across 13 of the areas wards. One seat is being contested per ward apart from in Woodham & Rowtown where two seats are available. Councillors will be elected for Addlestone North, Addlestone South, Chertsey Riverside, Chertsey St Ann's, Egham Hythe, Egham Town, Englefield Green West, Longcross, Lyne & Chertsey South, New Haw, Ottershaw, Thorpe, Virginia Water and Woodham & Rowtown.

READ MORE: Live Surrey local election 2024 updates, reaction and results

The council is currently in "No Overall Control" after the Conservatives losing their majority for the first time since the authority's inception in 1974 and 21 seats are needed for a majority.

Results, once confirmed will be available below.

Results for borough and district council elections and the PCC election, once confirmed, will be available by the below links: