The Conservative Party has maintained its hold in the Stratford District Council elections.
The party has also gained three seats on last year making the changes in the Burton Dassett, Harbury and Southam wards.
Labour has been knocked out completely with no candidates elected.
Hundreds of people crammed into the sports hall of Stratford Leisure Centre last Thursday morning in anticipation of the results.
Some were bleary eyed having had late nights when the votes were still coming in.
Coun John Appleton (Cons) won his seat on the Southam ward with 774 votes - replacing Labour's Carol Pratt.
He said: "I stayed until 1.30am to see them open the first of the Southam boxes. This is the first time I have ever stood for council so I am delighted to have been voted.
"I have enjoyed it enormously. This was very clean and straightforward."
Another candidate equally delighted to have been voted in was Anita Jayne McAulay who won the Wellesbourne seat.
She was up against Liberal Democrat Priscilla Jean Cook who didn't take the result too well.
Ms MacAulay said: "I am absolutely ecstatic and I have worked really hard in Wellesbourne. I have been working so hard to prove that I am a caring person - when I say I'll do something I will do it.
"All the people in the village worked damned hard for Wellesbourne. I'm just disappointed that my opponent did not shake my hand - that's bad sportsmanship."
One candidate who took her defeat in her stride was Shenagh Booth (LibDem). She lost her seat on the Harbury ward to Conservative candidate Eric Dally.
She said: "It was very close and I always expected it to be so. I had been hoping to stay on because I had lots of things to do - but it's not meant to be."
Jane Harrison maintained the Conservative hold on the Claverdon ward by beating Jeanne Lowe (LibDem) with 625 votes to 228.
She said: "I am delighted. I think we are going to make this a great council. The fact that all the Conservatives were voted in makes life a lot easier."
Leader of Stratford District Council Chris Saint said he was delighted his party retained control.
He said: "This was a very good result. I think we have appealed to the public and we have been working hard to get a good working party together - we certainly deserve this."
Stratford District Council elections:
Maurice Michael Huddleston Abney-Hastings (Cons) 665
Clifford Kingsley Meade (LibDem) 1,054
Matthew Squire Stephens (Lab) 110
Shahid Ahmad Juned (LibDem) 305
William Fettiplace Lawrence (Cons) 479
John Wallace Talbot Insoll (LibDem) 235
John Morris Winterburn (Cons) 453
Bidford and Salford:
Kim Antony James (Ind) 997
John William Sandle (Ind) 783
Burton Dassett: (Cons gain)
Sarah Jane Evans (LibDem) 279
Simon Hall Jackson (Cons) 536
Jane Hilary Harrison (Cons) 625
Jeanne Lowe (LibDem) 228
Adrian Alexander Benjamin Brabyn (LibDem) 306
Isobel Elizabeth Seccombe (Cons) 578
Jean (Shenagh) Wilhare Booth (LibDem) 770
Eric Joseph Dally (Cons) 847
Mark Andrew Edwards (LibDem) 444
Stephen Thirlwell (Cons) 1,052
Alan Clive Higgs (LibDem) 920
Richard George David Hurley (Cons) 643
Trevor William Joseph Russell (Cons) 897
Stephen Troup (LibDem) 778
Southam: (Cons gain)
John Robert Appleton (Cons) 774
Stuart David Ritchie (LibDem) 229
James Ernest Taylor (Lab) 632
Joan Ailsa Florence McFarlane (LibDem) 886
Lynda Margaret Organ (Cons) 1,162
Stratford Avenue and New Town:
Karen Dawn Parnell (Lab) 172
Juliet Dorothy Short (Cons) 939
Ronald Redvers Tredwell (LibDem) 684
Stratford Guild and Hathaway:
William John Dowling (LibDem) 981
Michael Leonard Perry (Cons) 1,169
Doreen Wright (Lab) 195
Stratford Mount Pleasant:
Charles Henry Bates (LibDem) 756
Laura Susan Main (Cons) 359
Ewan Geoffrey Lonsdale Wainwright (Lab) 86
Paul Anthony Beaman (LibDem) 972
Michael Anthony Gerrard (Lab) 152
William Paul McCarthy (Cons) 802
Mark Anthony Flower (Cons) 1,037
Karyl Arlene Rees (LibDem) 233
Priscella Jean Cook (LibDem) 1,132
Anita Jayne MacAulay (Cons) 1,265