Jessie Milne

District Councillor (Lea ward)
Branch Chairman (Gainsborough & District Branch)

If you have any ward issues you would like to bring to my attention then please feel free to get in touch.

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News

Hundreds of Villagers Set to Benefit from Expanded Bus Service

More than sixty villages across West Lindsey will benefit from an expanded CallConnect bus service.

Saxilby, Dunholme, Spridlington and Scothern are among some of the rural areas in the district that will benefit from the new service, which launched on Monday, 6th November 2017.

See Also

Gillian Bardsley

Treasurer, Gainsborough & District Branch

Gill came to Gainsborough North Ward thirty years ago, first helping her husband run a mixed veterinary practice and bringing up their three children.

Sheila Bibb

Deputy Chairman (Political)
Deputy Chairman (Coffee Club)
Secretary (Gainsborough & District Branch)

Sheila’s family has lived in and around Gainsborough for about thirty years and upon retirement she decided to move here permanently and also be within easy reach of her children and grandchildren.

Owen Bierley

Deputy Leader of West Lindsey District Council
District Councillor (Caistor & Yarborough ward)

Owen is a local man through and through.  Born and brought up in Laceby, he moved to his present home in Keelby in 1979.  He began his schooling in Laceby, then studied for seven happy years at Caistor Grammar School, achieving success at both O and A level.  Later he furthered his education thro

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.

Tracey Coulson

Treasurer
District Councillor (Stow ward)

Tracey Coulson has lived and worked within the West Lindsey district for over 40 years; her parents moving here when she was just 9 years of age from Gloustershire, to further their family business.   Tracey grew up talking to and working with the general public as the family business grew.  Scho

Steve England

Chairman of West Lindsey District Council
District Councillor (Dunholme & Welton ward)

Steve England was elected to West Lindsey District Council in 2015 to represent Dunholme & Welton ward. On election he was tasked with championing neighbourhood planning across the district. In 2015 there were only five such plans in preparation and progress was slow.

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.

Caralyne Grimble

District Councillor (Dunholme & Welton ward)

Caralyne is Lincolnshire born, living and working and marrying in Cleethorpes before moving to Welton in the mid-seventies.

Caralyne trained and started her working life in the window dressing/display department of a large retail company department store in Grimsby.

Paul Howitt-Cowan

District Councillor (Hemswell ward)

Since 2010, Paul has served as the District Councillor for the Hemswell Ward. He is a local boy, brought up in Corringham and Gainsborough. He attended the University of Kent in Canterbury and went on to do post-graduate studies at Durham University.

Angela Lawrence

Deputy Chairman of West Lindsey District Council
District Councillor (Caistor & Yarborough ward)

Originally from Birmingham, Angela has lived in Caistor for more than thirty-five years.  Having qualified as a Primary School Teacher and has worked in schools in Birmingham and Lincoln she later studied at Hull University.