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The three people who were elected to represent Bernwood ward on Buckinghamshire Council are:

Gregory Mark Smith (Green Party and the only Green Party member on the council) with 1880 votes (15 per cent of the total votes);

Cameron Branston (Conservative) with 1665 votes (14 per cent of the total votes);

and

Nic Brown (Conservative) with 1541 votes (13 per cent of the total votes).

Brian Foster, who was on Aylesbury Vale District Council for several years also got 13 per cent of the votes with 1533 votes but just missed being elected.

The other non-elected candidates were Richard Torpey (Green Party) 1274 votes, Johanna Wheeler (Green Party) 1152 votes, Jim Brown (Liberal Democrat) 845 votes, Heather-Joy Garrett (Lib Dem) 617 votes, Mark Brown (Labour) 517 votes; Madeleine Smith (Labour) 503 votes; Stephen Terry (Lib Dem) 324 votes; Andy Fenner (Labour) 320 votes.

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