The Liberal Democrats have narrowly defeated the Conservatives to take a Worcester council seat, while the Conservatives regained a seat from Labour.
The Lib Dem victory came by just 56 votes in a by-election at Worcester Council in the Claines ward following the death of a Tory councillor.
Voting was: LD 1,307, C 1,251, Green 125, Lab 60. The turnout was 42.7%.
Tories regained a seat on East Northamptonshire Council by 64 votes in a contest in the Irthlingborough Waterloo ward following the resignation of a Labour councillor who had been elected previously as Conservative.
Voting was: C 542, Lab 478. Turnout 30%.
Elsewhere, Liberal Democrats easily held a seat at Cambridge (Newnham ward).
Voting was: LD 774, Lab 235, Green 149, C 143.