The full results in the Derbyshire County Council elections are in and the Conservative Party remains in control with 45 seats.
You can find out who your local county councillor is and how to contact them on Derbyshire Democracy.
Elections to the county council take place every 4 years. Voting to elect a new council took place on Thursday 6 May 2021.
Councillor for Shirebrook and Pleasley division, serving the communities of Shirebrook, Langwith Junction, Stony Houghton, New Houghton and Pleasley.
Councillor for Bolsover South division, serving the communities of Langwith Junction, Whaley Thorns, Whaley, Scarcliffe, Palterton, Carr Vale and Hillstown.
Councillor for Staveley division, serving the communities of Duckmanton, Poolsbrook, Inkersall, Inkersall Green and Middlecroft.
Conservative councillor for Ilkeston East division, serving the communities of Cotmanhay and Ilkeston Junction.
Conservative councillor for Etwall and Repton division, serving the communities of Etwall, Egginton, Repton, Willington and Findern.
Councillor for Dronfield West and Walton division, serving of Gosforth Valley, Dronfield Woodhouse, Holmesfield, Cutthorpe, Old Brampton and Holymoorside.
Labour councillor for Ilkeston South division, serving the communities of Larklands, Gallows Inn and Hallam Fields.
Councillor for Whaley Bridge division, serving the communities of Whaley Bridge, Furness Vale, Horwich End, Chinley, Buxworth and Combs.
Clay Cross South serving Hepthorne Lane, Danesmoor, Morton, Pilsley, North Wingfield, Stretton, Wooley Moor, Handley, Lower Pilsley, Clay Lane.
Conservative councillor for Long Eaton division, serving the communities of Long Eaton Nottingham Road and Central.
Browser does not support script.