All the results for the Kent County Council (KCC) election for Folkestone and Hythe are now in.
A Green seat - the first for KCC - has been lost, while Labour has gained a seat from the Tories in Folkestone East.
One result also saw the Liberal Democrats lose by only 21 votes.
Here we look at the district's new, and in some cases, unchanged, KCC councillors.
The former Green seat has been won by Andy Weatherhead (Con), who gained 49% of the total vote, with 2,592 votes.
Georgina Treloar (Green) received 1,997 votes (38%), while Anthony Goode (Lab) received 499 votes (9%) and Len Laws (UKIP) got 189 votes (4%).
The seat was previously held by Cllr Martin Whybrow (Green), KCC’s first Green county councillor
The turnout for Hythe West was 40%.
Cllr Jackie Meade (Lab), already a member of Folkestone and Hythe District Council (FHDC), has taken the seat for Folkestone East from the Tories.
It was previously held by Cllr Dick Pascoe (Con).
Cllr Meade won with 1,324 votes (38%).
Cllr Pascoe received 1,132 votes (33%), Cllr Mary Lawes (Foundation Party) 561 votes (16%), Harry Scott-Sansom (Lib Dem) 361 votes (10%) and Max Hess (Socialist Party of Great Britain) got 89 votes (3%).
The turnout for Folkestone East was 26%.
Cllr Tony Hills (Con), also a member of the district council, has kept his seat for Romney Marsh, winning with 3,139 votes - 62% of the total.
Of the other candidates, Tony Cooper (Labour and Co-operative Party) received 811 votes (16%), Malcolm Paul Watkinson (Green) received 603 votes (13%), Ian Meyers (UKIP) got 309 votes (6%) and Eric Elliot (Reform UK) got 182 votes (4%).
The turnout for Romney Marsh was 34%.
Dylan Jeffrey (Con) has been elected for Folkestone West, with 2,105 votes (43%).
This seat was previously held by Cllr David Monk (Con), leader of FHDC.
Of the other candidates for Folkestone West, Laura Davison (Lab) received 1,792 votes (37%), Alison Pemberton (LibDem) got 541 votes (11%), Diane Priestly (Ind) got 264 votes (5%) David Smith (Reform UK) got 127 votes (3%) and Andy Thomas (Socialist Party of Great Britain) got 55 votes (1%).
The turnout for Folkestone West was 34%.
Cheriton, Sandgate and Hythe East
Cllr Rory Love (Con) has kept his seat for Cheriton, Sandgate and Hythe East... just.
He picked up 42% of the vote (2,143 votes) compared to runner up Tim Prater (Lib Dem) who picked up 41% (2,122 votes).
Paul Bingham (Lab) got 792 votes (15%) and Eric Segal (Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts) got 91 votes (2%).
The turnout was 35%.
KCC is made up of 81 councillors who are elected every four years.
Since the last vote, it has been controlled by the Conservative group and made up of 63 Conservatives, seven Liberal Democrats, five Labour members, one Green, and four independents.
Although there are six seats for the Folkestone district, the election for the Elham Valley Division has been cancelled due to the death of the Labour candidate, Chris Deane.
A new election will be scheduled for next month.
To see election results for the whole county, click here.
This morning also saw several results for town and parish councils in the district.
Dan Brooks (Con) won the seat for Folkestone Town Council's central ward, and Vicki Parsons (Ind) was elected to Sandgate Parish Council for Sandgate Village ward.
Steve Cook (Ind) has been elected to Hawkinge Town Council for Hawkinge Churchill ward, and Ross Clark (Ind) was elected for the Uphill ward on the same council.
The results for the Police and Crime Commissioner are expected Monday.