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Elections to Ceredigion County Council were held on 10 June 2004 on the same day of the European Elections. The whole council was up for election and following boundary changes the number of seats was reduced to 42.[1] The council remained in a situation of No Overall Control following Plaid Cymru gains at the expense of the Independents. The Independents formed a coalition administration following the previous county council election in May 1999, being largest group on the council along with the Liberal Democrats. After the election, the composition of the council was: Independents 16 Plaid Cymru 16 Liberal Democrats 9 Labour 1 Election results: overview Ceredigion Local Election Result 2004 Party Seats Gains Losses Net Gain/Loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/-   Plaid Cymru 16 2 0 +2 38.10 38.92 10,198 -   Independent 12 0 4 -4 28.57 20.69 5,423 -   Liberal Democrat 9 2 0 +2 21.43 20.19 5,291 -   Non-party independents 3 0 3 -3 7.14 9.91 2598 -   Labour 1 0 0 = 2.38 3.00 785 -   Cymraeg/Welsh1 1 1 0 +1 2.38 2.45 643 -   Llais Ceredigion 0 0 0 = 0.00 3.53 925 -   Llais Aberaeron UDP Reject2 0 0 0 = 0.00 0.66 172 -   UKIP 0 0 0 = 0.00 0.37 96 -   Green 0 0 0 = 0.00 0.18 48 -   Conservative 0 0 0 = 0.00 0.10 26 - Total 42 -2 26,205 1Cymraeg/Welsh was the label used by independent councillor John Ivor Williams. In 1999, and again in 2008, he ran with the label Independent. 2Llais Aberaeron UDP Reject was the label used by Mary Elizabeth Davies. Election Results by ward Ward Party Elected Councillor Aberaeron Independent Richard Emlyn THOMAS Aberporth Non-party independent Gethin JAMES Cardigan - Mwldan Independent Sarah Mary MORRIS Cardigan - Rhyd-y-Fuwch Liberal Democrat John Mark COLE Cardigan - Teifi Independent Alan WILSON Aberystwyth Bronglais Plaid Cymru Alun WILLIAMS Aberystwyth Central Liberal Democrat Ceredig Wyn DAVIES Aberystwyth North Liberal Democrat Edgar Carl WILLIAMS Aberystwyth Penparcau Independent Llewelyn Goronwy EDWARDS Independent Owen Henry JONES Aberystwyth Rheidol Liberal Democrat Eric John GRIFFITHS Beulah Plaid Cymru William David Lyndon LLOYD Borth Non-party independent Raymond Paul QUANT Capel Dewi Independent Thomas Peter Lloyd DAVIES Ceulan and Maesmawr Plaid Cymru Ellen Elizabeth ap GWYNN (Plaid Cymru) Ciliau Aeron Independent Stanley Meredith THOMAS Faenor Liberal Democrat John Erfyl ROBERTS Lampeter Labour Robert George HARRIS Independent (Welsh/Cymraeg) John Ivor WILLIAMS Llanarth Liberal Democrat Thomas Eurfyl EVANS Llanbadarn Fawr - Padarn Plaid Cymru Gareth DAVIES Llanbadarn Fawr - Sulien Plaid Cymru Paul JAMES Llandyfriog Plaid Cymru Benjamin Towyn EVANS Llandysilio-gogo Plaid Cymru Cen LLWYD Llandysul Town Independent Evan John Keith EVANS Llanfarian Independent Alun Lloyd JONES Llanfihangel Ystrad Plaid Cymru Owen LLYWELYN Llangeitho Independent David John EVANS Llangybi Plaid Cymru John Timothy Odwyn DAVIES Llanrhystyd Liberal Democrat David Rowland REES-EVANS Llansantffraed Plaid Cymru Daniel Meurig JAMES Llanwenog Plaid Cymru Samuel Haydn RICHARDS Lledrod Independent David Lloyd EVANS Melindwr Liberal Democrat Fred WILLIAMS New Quay Independent Sarah Gillian HOPLEY Penbryn Plaid Cymru Ian ap DEWI Pen-parc Non-party independent Thomas Haydn LEWIS Tirymynach Plaid Cymru Wiliam Penri JAMES Trefeurig Plaid Cymru David SUTER Tregaron Plaid Cymru Catherine Jane HUGHES Troedyraur Plaid Cymru Gerallt Wynford JONES Ystwyth Liberal Democrat John David Rowland JONES References ^ "Ceredigion council". BBC News Online. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/bsp/hi/vote2004/locals/html/4136.stm. 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