Electoral wards of Barry, with
Court at centre right
|Population||4,748 (2011 census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Senedd Cymru – Welsh Parliament|
|Councillors||2 (County), 3 (Town)|
The Court ward covers the south of the Gibbonsdown area of the town, northeast of Barry town centre, but stretches south as far as Holton Road. There is a Gibbonsdown ward which borders to the northwest.
Town Council elections
County Council elections
On 4 May 2017 the Court ward elected two Labour Party county councillors to the County Council. Former councillor Richard Bertin came third.
|Labour||Bronwen Ellen BROOKS *||539|
|Labour||Sandra Davies PERKES||463|
|Independent||Richard Joel BERTIN *||419|
|Conservative||Robert Louis Charles FISHER||204|
|Green||Stephen Ross DAVID-BARKER||90|
The Court ward was represented by two Labour councillors between the 1995 and 2012 elections, with Cllr Bertin being elected in 1999 on a Labour ticket. He resigned from the Labour Party in 2010 after a Labour Party Welsh Executive Committee Disciplinary hearing. He was re-elected as an Independent councillor at the May 2012 elections.
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