2nd May elections - results service

Derbyshire Dales residents headed to the polls on Thursday 2nd May to take part in Combined County Mayoral Authority and Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections. The verification of votes started at 9am on Friday at Wirksworth Leisure Centre.

The Derbyshire Dales turnout figures were:

  • Combined County Mayoral Authority: 33.26%
  • Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner: 33.16%

Combined County Mayoral Authority results vote in the Derbyshire Dales*

  • Frank Adlington-Stringer (Green): 3,216
  • Ben Bradley (Conservative): 6,101
  • Alan Graves (Reform UK): 1,802
  • Matt Relf (Independent): 963
  • Helen Tamblyn-Saville (Liberal Democrat): 1,037
  • Claire Ward (Labour): 6,027

*These are votes cast in the Derbyshire Dales only, feeding into votes from across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

Claire Ward has been elected as the first Mayor of the East Midlands. See the full result.

Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner results vote in the Derbyshire Dales**

  • Russell Winston Armstrong (Reform UK) 2,097
  • Angelique Foster (Conservative and Unionist Party) 6,822
  • David Hancock (Liberal Democrats) 3,188
  • Nicolle Ndiweni (Labour and Co-operative Party) 6,792

**These are the votes cast in the Derbyshire Dales only, feeding into votes from across Derbyshire (see below).

Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner overall result:

🟣 Russell Winston Armstrong - 32,944

🔵 Angelique Foster - 65,293

🟡 David Martin Hancock - 22,540

🔴 Nicolle Ndiweni - 93,260

Nicolle Ndiweni is elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire


Residents across Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire had the chance to vote for the first-ever elected East Midlands Mayor in May, after councils gave the go-ahead to devolution for the region.

Residents were also be able to vote for who should be the next Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner; the commissioner is responsible for policing across the county, ensuring the delivery of an effective and efficient police service.

Details of your polling station were available online and were also on your polling card. You did not need to take your polling card with you.

You needed to take an accepted form of photo ID to vote.

Pencils were provided, but you were welcome to take your own pen or pencil to use.

These elections here in the Derbyshire Dales are being organised by your District Council. Polling stations opened from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 2 May.

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