Telford & Wrekin Council Election Results

Telford & Wrekin Council’s 2019 elections for 54 council seats have been successfully completed – with Labour as the largest party on the Council.

Telford & Wrekin Council Election Results

The overall make up of Telford & Wrekin Council is now:

Conservatives      13
Labour                  36  
Liberal Democrats  4
Independent         1

A full breakdown of the full results by ward is available at

The overall turnout was 33.1 per cent.

Returning Officer Richard Partington said: “With borough and town and parish council votes all taking place on the same day, this election has been a complex one.

“I would like to thank the hard work of all those staff who supported the event and ensured that it ran smoothly. Our thanks also go to Telford College for hosting the count.
“I look forward to working with the new councillors.

Counting for town and parish council seats that were contested on 2 May will take place on Friday 3 May.

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