Carmarthenshire Results in full

THE results of the 2022 Local Elections in Carmarthenshire have been declared.

Information about new and re-elected councillors for all 51 electoral wards can be found at

As well as listing all the councillors who have been elected to town and community councils in Carmarthenshire, it includes details of the 75 councillors who will represent Carmarthenshire County Council over the next five years.

Plaid Cymru has secured 38 of the 75 seats; Welsh Labour has secured 23 seats; and the remaining 14 have been secured by independents.

Parties and groups will now meet to discuss and decide how the council’s administration will be formed.

Over 41 per cent of eligible voters in Carmarthenshire turned out to vote in the 2022 Local Elections on May 5, the first time 16 and 17-year-olds in Wales were able to cast their votes for county, town and community councils.

The counting of votes took place at the public service Hwb in St Catherine’s Walk, Carmarthen, led by Returning Officer Wendy Walters.

Keep up to date with news and information about Carmarthenshire County Council at

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