Lewis Strange

County Councillor (Market Rasen Wolds division)
District Councillor (Kelsey Wold ward)

Lewis has worked hard for sixteen years representing the Hemswell, Middle Rasen and Waddingham & Spital wards which formed the Ancholme Cliff Division at County Hall. In 2017, following boundary changes, he was elected to the new MArket Rasen Wolds division, covering the Middle Rasen, Waddingham & Spital and the Market Rasen wards.

Lewis is an ex-farmer with an intense desire to represent the needs of rural people, as I have always done at County Hall.  I serve on the Lincolnshire Wolds advisory committee-something close to my heart. I am a family man with a very supportive partner, a Son who teaches locally and a Daughter, two grandsons and a husband, who farm livestock near Lincoln.

Previously He led the team, for the energy from waste plant and the two new recycling sites at, The Rasens and Gainsborough. He has campaigned successfully, against the spread of large wind turbines in and around the Hemswell cliff area, and also the Wolds, where I am involved with the Lincolnshire Wolds advisory committee-something very close to my heart.

During the last four years, I have led the Flood and drainage and environmental scrutiny committees at County Hall. I have also represented Lincolnshire on the rural services SPARSE committee in London, where we have secured extra money for the county.

Lewis is Chairman of the Definitive Map & Statement of Public Rights of Way Sub-Committee.

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Lewis Strange - 2019 (District Council) Election Address [PDF File] 620.79 KB
Lewis Strange - 2017 (County Council) Election Address [PDF File] 1.89 MB
Lewis Strange - 2015 (District Council) Election Address [PDF File] 832.86 KB
Lewis Strange - 2013 (County Council) Election Address (Middle Rasen) [PDF File] 1.87 MB
Lewis Strange - 2013 (County Council) Election Address (Hemswell and Waddingham & Spital) [PDF File] 1.93 MB

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Residents Welcome First Glimpse of £6.1 million Leisure Centre Plans

Residents have had the opportunity to comment on plans for the brand new leisure centre in Market Rasen. Conservative-led West Lindsey District Council held an exhibition, which included a virtual reality video to showcase plans of the £6.1 million dry leisure facility.

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.

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