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Autumn Ball is Great Success

Gainsborough Conservatives have enjoyed a successful Ball at the White Heather, Caenby Corner.  Local parliamentarian Edward Leigh was the Association's guest at the event and spoke briefly after dinner to the subtantially increased number of guests in attendance.

Conservatives Welcome Sleaford and North Hykeham Parliamentarian Stephen Phillips

Local Conservatives have welcome Stephen Phillips QC MP to their Supper Club event held on Friday, 7th September. Mr. Phillips, who represents the Sleaford and North Hykeham Constituency spoke to dozens of local party supporters at the event held at the White Heather, Caenby Corner, near Market Rasen.

Conservatives Celebrate By-Election Success

Local Conservatives have celebrated success in two local by elections. Conservatives Giles McNeill and Jackie Brockway secured victory in a contest for the Nettleham Ward of West Lindsey District Council and the Nettleham and Saxilby Division of Lincolnshire County Council.

Edward Leigh Visits Nettleham Gardeners Association Show

Edward Leigh MP visited Nettleham Gardeners Association Show at Nettleham Village Hall yesterday to see the produce on show and support Conservative candidates Giles McNeill and Jackie Brockway, who are running locally for seats on West Lindsey District and Lincolnshire County Councils respectively.

Conservatives Select Local By-Election Candidates

Local Conservatives are really pleased to be offering the residents of the Nettleham and Saxilby area the only local candidates in two by-elections taking place on Thursday, 6th September 2012.

Olympics Boost to East Midlands' Economy

The last fortnight has seen an outstanding performance by Team GB and celebration of their success across the country. However, these Games couldn’t have happened without the hard work of suppliers across the country and new figures show that The Olympics have delivered nearly £7 billion of contracts across the UK.

Edward Leigh Opposes Closure of Gainsborough Ambulance Station

The plans entailed in the East Midlands Ambulance Service’s recent Estate Strategy document raise serious questions about the Service’s ability to respond to emergencies in our part of Lincolnshire. The proposal to shut Gainsborough’s ambulance station is exceptionally unwise, and I hope EMAS will immediately reconsider the plans outlined in its Estate Strategy.