AFTER the drama of general election night in Crawley our determined reporters are back at K2 for the local election count.
There are 12 Crawley wards up for grabs.
Conservatives have claimed eight wards.
Labour have won four.
Here are the wards and their duly elected councillors.
For a full rundown of the results pick up next week's Crawley Observer.
Bewbush: Michael Jones, Labour
Broadfield North: Ian Irvine, Labour
Broadfield South: Alan Quirk, Conservative
Furnace Green: Carol Eade, Conservative
Ifield: John Denman, Conservative
Langley Green: Stephen Joyce, Labour
Maidenbower: Ken Trussell, Conservative
Northgate: Peter Lamb, Labour
Pound Hill North: Richard Burrett, Conservative
Pound Hill South and Worth: Lee Burke, Conservative
Southgate: Howard Bloom, Conservative
West Green: Vanessa Cumper, Conservative
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3.14pm - Crawley's new MP Henry Smith is out at the count to support his party.
It looks like the Ifield ward has fallen to the Tories.
3.12pm - Jon Mortimer, Labour, Ifield, said: "I'm pretty tired but I accept the result of the vote. They wanted to choose John Denman (Tory) but I will be keeping my eye on him because a lot needs to be done in the area. I have worked very hard."
3.10pm - Crawley's new MP is Henry Smith is at the count supporting his party's candidates.
3pm - The Maidenbower and Pound Hill North votes look like safe Tory wins.
2.50pm - Richard Burrett, Conservative, Pound Hill North said: "I havent got a final figure but it looks like I've been re-elected and I'm really pleased to be able to serve the residents of Pound Hill North for another four years."
Accompanied at the count by his 17-year-old daughter Nona Labour's Ian Irvine was confident in the Broadfield North result going his way.
2.48pm - Ian Irvine, Labour, Broadfield North, said: "I think I've won my seat back. I'm very happy, it's really good news, I've worked really hard in Broadfield and I'm putting Broadfield first."
2.46pm - The West Green result has gone to a re-count. It looks like there are only eight votes in it. A close two-way tussle between Labour and Tory candidates.
2.30pm - Eddie Reay, Lib Dem, Pound Hill North said: "I had a very good response and was ver well supported last year which I was pleased with and this year I hope to increase my percentage."
2.28pm - Colin Moffatt, Labour, Broadfield South: I am a firm beliwever in what will be will be, we've been canvassing for four to five months and the reaction on the doorstep has been good. I thin kafter 13 years in government (national) people thought it was time for a change.
2.14pm - Dr Howard Bloom, Conservative, Southgate, said: "It looks optimistic at this point in time, I think it will be close. Southgate is one of those wards where it can go anyway."
The local Liberal Democrats are looking to recover ground after the resignation of local party leader Gordon Seekings.
2.10pm - Kevin Osborne, Lib Dem, for Langley Green, said: "I'm not saying yet, we're just going to see how the local count goes and see how Langley Green does. I've been out and about in Pound Hill, Southgate, Worth and we've been trying to do as much as we can. We're trying to build up as many members as we can."
Nationally the BNP failed to take any seats in parliament but they're candidates are standing in six of the 12 wards being decided today
2.08pm - Stewart Minihane, West Green, BNP, said: "The campaign went very mell. Because I was standing in Mid-Sussex at parliamentary level I couldn't do any reall canvassing. But I will be concentrating on West Green over the next two years so there may be a shock result."
2.05pm - Michael Jones, Labour, for Bewbush: "It's difficult to say how it's going but the camapinging was very encouraging I found the people of Bewbushg very friendly. I hope that on a local level we can undo some of the damage done nationally."
2.00pm - Steven Joyce, Labour, for Langley Green said: "I'm quitely confident, campaigning went very well, the promises I got on the doorstep from people to vote seem to have been upheld.
"I've lost a stone and a half from all this walking."
1.30pm - Here's a list of wards and candidates
Pound Hill South and Worth
Lee Burke - Conservative
Sulu Pandya - Lib Dem
Philomena Woodhams - Labour
Howard Bloom - Conservative
Ryan Grice - BNP
Jim McGough - Labour
Vanessa Cumper - Conservative
Stuart Minihane - BNP
TP Patel - Labour
Linda Atkinson - BNP
Michael Jones - Labour
Ray Ward - Conservative
Adam Brown - Conservative
Ian Irvine - Labour
Colin Moffatt - Labour
Alan Quirk - Conservative
Vernon Atkinson - BNP
Jean Calcott - Labour
Carole Eade - Conservative
Francis Carlin - BNP
John Denman - Conservative
John Mortimer - Labour
Richard Symmonds - Independent
Stephen Joyce - Labour
Ijaz Khan - Conservative
Kevin Osborne - Lib Dem
Peter Smith - Labour
Ken Trussell - Conservative
Mirza Ali - Conservative
Dennis Kenealy - BNP
Peter Lamb - Labour
Pound Hill North
Richard Burrett - Conservative
Eddie Reay - Lib Dem
Jogi Singh - Labour
Dinesh Tagarsi - UKIP