Roger Patterson

President • District Councillor for the Scampton Ward

Roger was born and brought up in Portsmouth until he moved to Lincolnshire in 2001. Roger served ten years in the Army, five and a half years of which he served in Northern Ireland.

Roger lives at RAF Scampton with my wife Nicola and our two sons. He works as an administrator and driver for PC Coaches of Lincoln. Roger is also a member of Scampton Parish Council.  

First elected to West Lindsey District Council in 2011, the first Conservative councillor for Scampton Ward in sixteen years, with a majority of just 10 votes. Roger currently sits on the Planning Committee, Licensing and Regulatory Committee and he is the Council’s member champion for democracy, where he is drawing up plans to engage with communities, especially young people. He was subsequently re-elected in 2015 with an increased majority of 455. Roger was re-elected in 2019 in an uncontested election.

Roger works on a community group where he lives and is vice chairman of The Ex-MOD Communities Steering Group. He has been a primary school governor and chair of governors, he has also been Chairman of the Welton and District Royal British Legion.



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