Location of the Cowbridge ward in the
Vale of Glamorgan
|Population||6,180 (2011 census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Senedd Cymru – Welsh Parliament|
Cowbridge is the name of an electoral ward in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, which covers its namesake town of Cowbridge as well as the neighbouring villages of Llanblethian and Aberthin and the communities of Llanfair and Penllyn. The ward elects three county councillors to the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Cowbridge is also the name of a community ward (covering the town itself) for elections to Cowbridge with Llanblethian Town Council.
|Conservative||Geoffrey Addis COX||1807|
|Conservative||Thomas Hunter JARVIE||1691|
|Conservative||Andrew Carey PARKER||1551|
|Independent||Nicola Christine THOMAS||657|
|Plaid Cymru||Huw LLEWELLYN-MORGAN||511|
|Plaid Cymru||Nicola Jane BRANSON||340|
|Plaid Cymru||Shirley Ann HODGES||290|
Councillors Cox, Jarvie and Parker were also the winners of the May 2012 elections.
The ward has elected three Conservative county councillors since 1999, though at the 1995 county elections it elected one Conservative and two Labour Party representatives.
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