There was no overall change to the council in Stroud, with the greens taking a seat from each of the conservatives and the lib dems. But it still means no one party has overall control.
The conservatives have the most seats on the council - 23 - but say it was a disappointing day.
Conservative Alison Hernandez was elected as the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall on the second count. She replaces Tony Hogg who is standing down.
Sue Mountstevens has been re-elected as Avon and Somerset's Police and Crime Commissioner. She received 118,547 votes. Second was Kerry Barker with 100,565 votes.
There was a 64% turnout for the election with 325,456 casting a vote.
After Labour increased it's majority in Exeter council elections Ben Bradshaw has sent a strong message to Jeremy Corbyn saying come to the city and see how Labour can win power:
The Liberal Democrats hold Cheltenham Town Council gaining five seats. They now have 29 out of 40 seats despite losing the Parliamentary seat.
The Conservatives won 3 seats, People Against Bureaucracy Group won 1 seat and the Independent party won 1 seat.
Martin Surl has been re-elected as the Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner.
Independent Martyn Underhill has been re-elected as the Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner. He received 66,660 of the 129,461 votes cast.
The position for Avon & Somerset's Police & Crime Commissioner is being fiercely contested - as the count enters its final stages.
Conservative candidate Mark West has taken the most votes from West Somerset, but current Police & Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens has won in Taunton Dean.
Labour candidate Kerry Barker currently lies in third.
The turnout for the Devon & Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner election is 23% with over 294,000 casting their vote.
Listed in alphabetical order, here are the people standing for election as Police and Crime Commissioner for the area is:
- Jonathan Leslie Smith, UKIP
- William Morris, Independent
- Richard Younger-Ross, Liberal Democrat
- Bob Spencer, Independent
- Gareth Derrick, Labour
- Alison Hernandez, Conservative
The result is due to be announced later today (6 May).