The count is now underway after voters went to the polls yesterday in Hyndburn's borough elections.
Eleven seats are up for grabs at Hyndburn council with Labour and UKIP fielding candidates in every ward, the Conservatives fielding nine, the Green Party with three and four independents.
Labour controls the council with 23 seats, with the Tories on nine and three independents.
Labour has the biggest margin to lose with seven of their seats being contested this time.
The Tories have pledged to cut council tax by five per cent and invest £1 million into local townships if they take control of the council.
Labour council leader Miles Parkinson said their priorities will be maintaining a zero per cent council tax increase for a third consecutive year and protecting frontline services.
Paul Thompson, chairman of UKIP Hyndburn, said they are aiming to take at least three wards.
The borough elections result will be announced on Friday, May 23.
Keep up to date with the results as they come in viewing our live list below: