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Kintbury Parish Council election winner announced

Jon Hemphill claims landslide victory

William Walker

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Kintbury parish council election taking place today (Thursday)

The winner at the Kintbury parish council election has been announced as Jon Hemphill.

Mr Hemphill won the single-seat election held on Thursday with 347 votes.

He beat second-placed candidate Andrew Stott who scored 31 votes.

Turnout at the parish election was 19.1% with one spoiled ballot.

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