Peterborough council elections 2019 - Conservatives take Bretton from Labour - again
For the second year in a row the Conservatives won a seat in Bretton from Labour.
Sitting councillor Stuart Martin, who first joined the council in 1988, was defeated by Chris Burbage by 22 votes.
The Conservatives now hold two seats in the ward, while Labour hold one.
Chris Burbage (Conservative) - 705
Stuart Martin (Labour and Cooperative) - 683
Adam Peart (UKIP) - 330
Roger Stimson (Green) - 113
Rohan Wilson (Liberal Democrats) - 146