Lincolnshire County Council Elections 2021

Local Elections to Lincolnshire County Council will take place on Thursday, 6th May 2021.

Candidate Selection

You can find a list of incumbent Lincolnshire County Councillors who currently represent Divisions wholy or partially within the Gainsborough Constituency by clicking here.

The Gainsborough Constituency Conservative Association is required to follow the Selection Procedure for Local Government Candidates (Fourth Edition, 1st March 2017 (Ammended 1st June 2019)) as set out by the Board ***Please note that the Board have implemented temporary rules for stage 1 & 2 of the process during the Covid-19 pandemic***. A copy of the rules can be obtained by members from the Association Office. If you are interested in becoming a Conservative Party Candidate for a local election you need to get on the local Approved List. Please download the form available in the 'Attachments' section below and complete electronically*, returning to Please note that interviews by the Approval Panel will take place via Zoom.

The process for seeking individuals to be included on the Approved List is continuous, however the selection process for these elections is expected to be concluded by autumn 2020.

*Forms that are not completed electronically (using adobe acrobat or other suitable programme) will be rejected, by decision of the Association Executive Council.


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Jackie Brockway

County Councillor (Nettleham & Saxilby division)
District Councillor (Saxilby ward)

Jackie has lived in the Saxilby for fourteen years and loves being part of such a vibrant community. Before taking early retirement she was a Secondary School teacher and was Head of Music, Citizenship and Expressive Arts.

Ian Fleetwood

County Councillor (Bardney & Cherry Willingham division)
District Councillor (Bardney ward)

Ian Fleetwood was born in Lincoln and moved to the Bardney area aged 3.

Sue Rawlins

County Councillor (Welton Rural division)

Sue has served as a Lincolnshire County Councillor for the Welton Rural Division since 2009. Sue has also served as a West Lindsey District Councillor having been elected to the Dunholme Ward in 2000 she served for fifteen years before choosing to retire at the elections in 2015.

Tony Turner

County Councillor (North Wolds division)

Tony has served as a County Councillor for twenty-two years for the North Wolds division. Apart from his service in the Royal Navy he has always lived in Lincolnshire.

Richard Butroid

County Councillor (Gainsborough Rural South division)

Richard was born and has lived in the local area for the majority of his life and is therefore well aware of the challenges that living in a rural community can bring. 

Clio Perraton-Williams

County Councillor (Scotter Rural division)

Clio lives in Gainsborough with her husband and two young children.

Patricia Bradwell

County Councillor (Woodhall Spa & Wragby division)

Tricia has overseen continued improvements in Children’s Services for Lincolnshire County Council over the last twelve years. She took over responsibility for the Children’s Services portfolio in April 2005.

GCCA - Local Residents Survey 2020

  • 1 Current: Local Issues
  • 2 National Issues
  • 3 Get involved
  • 4 Your details
  • 5 End
1.1. Which TWO of these commitments by West Lindsey's Conservative councillors are the most important to you?