North Yorkshire County Council, based at County Hall in Northallerton, covers the largest area of any county in England, stretching from Scarborough to Selby and Skipton.
It delivers important services, such as education, health and social care, transport and roads, libraries and archives, and trading standards. A fuller guide to NYCC responsibilities is on the county council’s website.
Of the 72 county councillors, 53 are Conservative, 4 are Labour, 4 Liberal Democrat, 1 is Yorkshire Party, and there are 10 Independents. 3 of the 4 Labour county councillors are from Scarborough:
- Eric Broadbent, for Northstead
- Liz Colling, representing Falsgrave and Stepney
- Tony Randerson for Eastfield and Osgodby
The 2017 and earlier NYCC election results can be found here. The next county council elections are scheduled for 2021.