Labour candidates in South Cambs helped us increase our share of the vote in the district - but only Lib Dems gain seats at the district council elections.
Our Labour councilor in Bassingbourn, Nigel Cathcart, kept his seat which one of those up for election.
South Cambs Labour chairman John Beresford said: "Labour has maintained its position in south Cambridgeshire, increasing its share of the popular vote by 4% since May 2015.
"Nigel Cathcart retained Bassingbourn, and we made substantial progress in Cottenham, Papworth and Elsworth and the Shelfords and Stapleford.
"The intervention of the Lib Dems in Bourn and Sawston hit the Tories and the Greens, and once again UKIP barely got a look-in, polling only 2.8% of the votes cast in the constituency area.
"The results give us confidence to make future inroads into Tory compacency in south Cambridgeshire – we’ve closed the gap in a year from 34% in 2015 to 19% this year."
The full results are,
Bassingbourn - Labour hold
Bourn – Conservative hold
Cottenham – Conservative hold
Gamlingay – Lib Dem hold
Girton – Independent hold
Harston and Hauxton – Lib Dem hold
Haslingfield and the Eversdens - Lib Dem gain
Histon and Impington – Independent hold
Linton – Lib Dem gain
Longstanton - Conservative hold
Melbourn – Conservative hold
Papworth and Elsworth – Conservative hold
Sawston – Conservative hold
The Mordens – Independent hold
The Shelfords and Stapleford - Conservative hold
The Wilbrahams – Conservative hold
Waterbeach – Lib Dem gain
Whittlesford – Conservative hold
Willingham and Over - Conservative hold