Earlier this month elections were held for the county council and the position of Police & Crime Commissioner.
All 81 seats (divisions) on the council were being contended. Epsom and Ewell has five divisions.
These are now your representatives on the county council:
Epsom Town and Downs
Ewell Court, Auriol & Cuddington
The overall result has a new council comprising
14 Liberal Democrats
4 Residents Associations of Epsom and Ewell
3 Farnham Residents
2 The Green Party
2 Residents for Guildford and Villages
1 Nork and Tattenhams Residents' Association
1 Ashtead Independent, working with Ashtead Residents
1 Dittons and Weston Green Residents
1 The Molesey Residents Association
1 Labour and Co-operative
Police and Crime Commissioner
Lisa Townsend (Conservatives) has been announced as the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.
She received 112,260 first preference votes in the PCC election. She was elected on second preference votes, after no candidates received more than 50% of first preference ballots.
If you want to get in touch with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner email - SurreyPCC@surrey.pnn.police.uk
NOTE: The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is a separate entity to Surrey Police. To report a crime or contact Surrey Police, please call the non-emergency police number on 101 or in an emergency dial 999.