Location of Llandow/Ewenny within the Vale of Glamorgan
|Population||2,643 (2011 census)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Senedd Cymru – Welsh Parliament|
Llandow/Ewenny, also known as Llandow and Ewenny, is the name of an electoral ward in the west of the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. It covers its namesake communities of Llandow and Ewenny as well as the neighbouring communities of Colwinston and Llangan. Since 1995 the ward has elected a county councillor to the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
|Conservative||Christine Ann CAVE||869|
|Labour||Huw James POWELL||275|
At the previous election in May 2012, Ray Thomas was elected for the Conservatives, with a majority of 358 votes over the Labour candidate.
A by-election took place on 5 March 2009 following the death in January of Conservative councillor, Colin Vaughan. Vaughan had been the ward's councillor for more than 10 years. The ward was retained by the Conservatives.
|Plaid Cymru||Wynford BELLIN||210||19.3%|
The ward has elected a Conservative councillor since the creation of the Vale of Glamorgan unitary authority in 1995. Prior to 1996 Ewenny was part of the Borough of Ogwr, with the Vale ward being known simply as Llandow.
|Labour||(Ms) C. Price||505|
|Liberal Democrats||(Ms) S. Wilson||93|
|Independent||(Ms) J. Horton||87|
|Plaid Cymru||J. Bellin||80|
Councillor Thomas was councillor for the previous Llandow ward.
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