ELECTION SPECIAL: Conservative candidate Bill Hunt holds Soham South and Haddenham division seat

2017 Cambridgeshire County Council Election: The Conservatives have held seats.

2017 Cambridgeshire County Council Election: The Conservatives have held seats.

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Conservative candidate Bill Hunt has held his seat for the Soham South and Haddenham division.

Soham Soutth and Haddenham: Andy Cogan (Green), Lydia Hill (Labour), Bill Hunt (Conservative) and Pauline Wilson (Lib Dem). Soham Soutth and Haddenham: Andy Cogan (Green), Lydia Hill (Labour), Bill Hunt (Conservative) and Pauline Wilson (Lib Dem).

Cllr Hunt took 1,828 votes – over 1,000 more than his nearest rival, Pauline Wilson of the Liberal Democrats. She took 826 votes.

Labour’s Lydia Hill received 320 votes, while Andy Cogan of the Green Party took 193.

• CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL: Soham South and Haddenham (CON hold)

Bill HUNT (Con) 1,828

Pauline WILSON (Lib Dem) 826

Lydia HILL (Lab) 320

Andy COGAN (Green) 193

Maj: 1,002

Turnout: 37.6pc

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