Oxfordshire County Council
The 21 Liberal Democrats elected to Oxfordshire County Council in May 2021 work in a Fair Deal Alliance with the Green Party and Labour to run Oxfordshire County Council.
Oxfordshire is the most rural county in the South East. It has a population of around 680,000, one-third of which lives in towns or villages of less than 10,000 people. The county is a popular visitor destination for its rural beauty, numerous market towns and Oxford city itself, which has earned a global reputation for its academic and architectural splendour.
Oxford is also a global centre of publishing. Oxfordshire has consistently high levels of employment and the workforce is amongst the most highly qualified in the country. World-class business clusters include bioscience, advanced motorsport engineering, scientific research and cryogenics.
Oxfordshire County Council has full elections every four years; the most recent was in May 2021 and the next is due in 2025.