The Conservatives have held on to Wiltshire gaining 7 seats in the council's unitary election.
The party won 68 seats, up on their previous 61.
Labour held on to three seats, losing one seat.
The Liberal Democrats held on to 20 seats, losing two.
Seven seats were won by Independent candidates, a loss of three.
Ukip lost their only seat on the council.
The turnout for the election was 39.59% of an electorate of 361,681.
Full unitary results with previous number of seats: Con 68 seats (61); LD 20 (22); Ind 7 (10); Lab 3 (4); UKIP 0 (1). #WiltsVote17
Phil Hornby takes a look at the political landscapes in the South, South East and Thames Valley following yesterday's local elections.
Polls closed at 10pm and counting has begun in contests to select councils and mayors across England, Scotland and Wales.