Richmondshire District Council

District council elections

District elections are held every four years on the first Thursday in May. They were last held on 7 May 2015.

The district council has 34 district councillors representing 24 wards.

You can view the district election results here

You can also view by-election results dating from 1973 to the most recent. 


Parish (town) elections

These are held every four years on the first Thursday in May. They were last held on May 7 2015.

The 2015 results can be viewed here


European elections

The most recent European parliamentary elections were held on May 22 2014.

Check the 2014 Yorkshire and Humber results here

You can contact your Yorkshire and Humber MEP and find out lots more information about the European Parliament and its members at its website


Police and crime commissioner elections

This election was held on 5 May 2016. The result can be seen here


County council elections

County council elections are held every four years on the first Thursday in May, with the most recent taking place on May 4 2017.

The Richmondshire results for the 2017 election can be viewed here

Six county councillors represent the Richmondshire District Council area on North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC):

• Catterick Bridge: Carl Les
• Central Richmondshire: Helen Grant
• Middle Dales: Karin Segwick
• Richmond: Stuart Parsons
• Richmondshire North: Angus Thompson
• Upper Dales: John Blackie

For county councillors' details, and more information about county council elections, visit the NYCC website


General elections

The most recent parliamentary election was held on June 8 2017.


Referendums

Referendums are becoming an increasing feature of UK democracy. The most recent concerned the UK's membership of the European Union. It was held on 23 June 2016.

The Richmondshire result was:

Votes for Leave: 15,691
Votes for Remain: 11,945
Turnout: 75.2%

The Yorkshire and the Humber region result was:

Votes for Leave: 1,580,937
Votes for Remain: 1,158,298
Turnout: 70.7%

For a detailed breakdown of the results nationally and the Yorkshire and the Humber region, visit the Electoral Commission's EU referendum results page.

 

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