Regardless of the result in Thursday's election, Northamptonshire will have fewer county councils because of boundary changes.
The Tories have been sent a warning in their traditional Essex heartland, losing nine county council seats to a bullish UKIP.
Suffolk County Council has been Conservative-controlled since 2005. On Thursday there were elections for 75 councillors.
The Vice Chairman of Norfolk County Council Jim Shrimplin has been knocked out of office by UKIP.
UKIP's Jonathon Childs won the East Flegg division beating Mr Shrimplin by 91 votes.
UKIP have gained Brandon in Suffolk from the Conservatives in the county council elections.
In other results, the Lib Dems have held Belstead Brook and Bosmere while the Conservatives have held Gt Cornard, Hartismere, Hoxne & Eye, Newmarket & Red Lodge and Stowmarket North and Stowupland.
UKIP have began taking seats from the Conservatives on Norfolk County Council.
Fred Agnew has beaten Conservative Tony Wright in Marshland North in the west of the county.
UKIP have also taken Gaywood North and Central from the Conservatives knocking them into third place behind Labour.
There are unconfirmed reports that UKIP are also winning in Dereham South, Breydon and Gorleston St Andrews.
More votes are being counted following Thursday's County Council elections. Click on the links below to see ward-by-ward results as they come in.
Counting gets underway during Friday morning for most of the region's county councils after voting on Thursday.
The only count completed in this region is in Essex where the Conservatives retained an overall majority but saw their vote share slump to the lowest level since before 1973.
Most of the results are in from Hertfordshire with more Conservative losses but mainly going to Labour.
Counts start during Friday in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Northamptonshire and Suffolk.