Cornwall Council and Parish and Town Council Elections 2013
Please use the links below for results from the 2013 Cornwall Council and town and parish elections:
The average turnout for the May 2013 elections was:
- Cornwall Council elections 33.33%
- Town and Parish Council elections 34.61%
Candidates, polling stations and election agents
Notices of Poll and Notices of Election Agents below, listing the candidates and the polling stations for each election:
(You can inspect paper copies of the Notices of Poll and Notices of Election Agents at our offices in Liskeard and Camborne. The address for each office is on the right had side of this page.)
Notice of election
A Notice of Election for the Cornwall Council Election was published on Wednesday 20 March 2013.
We also published separate Notices of Election for the Parish/Town Councils for the East of Cornwall area town and parish notice of election and West of Cornwall area town and parish notice of election.
From 2nd May 20313, some boundary changes were applied to electoral divisions in some parts of Cornwall. There are now 122 Electoral Divisions, each electing one Cornwall councillor, except for the new Bude division which will elect two Cornwall councillors.
Boundary changes will also affect 33 parishes which will either have changes made to their parish or town wards or will have such wards created for the first time.
The first full election of Cornwall Council took place on 4 June 2009, see Cornwall Council Elections - 4 June 2009.