The Conservative Party have held control of Worthing Council after winning five of the 11 seats available, six fewer than they won the last time these seats were up for election in 2015.
Only 11 of the 37 seats on the council were up for election this year. The Conservative Party won five seats, Labour also won five seats, the Lib Dems won one seat, and neither independent candidates nor UKIP won any seats. Including the seats that weren't up for election this year, the council is made up as a whole of 21 Tory councillors, 10 Labour councillors, three Lib Dem councillors, two independent councillors and one UKIP councillor.
This story has been generated using BBC election data and some automation.