Voters up and down the country headed to the polls on Thursday for the first bumper crop of elections since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Those on the electoral roll in the Cotswolds took part in the county council elections.
Aby-election, parish & town council by-elections, neighbourhood planning referendums and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire were all decided over the weekend.
Below is a list of all the Cotswold winners.
Bourton-on-the-Water and Northleach – Paul Hodgkinson (Lib Dems)
Campden-Vale – Lynden Stowe (Conservatives)
Cirencester Beeches – Joe Harris (Lib Dems)
Cirencester Park – Rebecca Beswick (Lib Dems)
Fairford and Lechlade-on-Thames – Dominic Morris (Conservatives)
South Cerney – Lisa Spivey (Lib Dems)
Stow-on-the-Wold – Mark Mackenzie-Charrington (Conservative)
Tetbury – Stephen Hirst (Conservative)
Cotswold District Council By-Elections:
Fosseridge Ward – David Cunningham (Conservative)
Parish & Town Council By-Elections:
Bibury Parish – Craig Chapman, Ann Haigh and John Phillips
Cirencester, St Michael’s Ward – Nicholas Bridges (Lib Dems)
Coln St Aldwyns Parish – William Perkins and Helen Forbes
Moreton-in-Marsh Town – Jean Blackbeard, Ben Hardy, Oliver Jobson and Christopher Kenney-Herbert
Neighbourhood Planning Referendums
Preston – In favour
Kemble and Ewen – In favour
Somerford Keynes and Shorncote – In favour
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire
Chris Nelson (Conservative)