Rod Williams Returned As Spilsby District Councillor
Rod Williams is to continue as District Councillor for Spilsby for a second term.
The Conservative candidate will now continue to be the District Councillor for the Town after he defeated the UKIP and Labour candidates at the polls yesterday with a majority of 171 votes.
|Ebony Moore||UK Independence Party (UKIP)||367|
|Christopher Prince||Labour Party||297|
|Roderick Williams||Conservative Party||538|
The turnout was lower in Spilsby than most other wards with only 56.76% of the eligible population voting in the poll.
Elsewhere in the Spilsby Online area:
|Chris Pain||Independence from Europe||153|
In Wainfleet the incumbent Councillor John Upsall has stood down with Conservative candidate Wendy Bowkett taking over. The Independence from Europe Party failed to gain much traction in the District with leading light Chris Pain trailing in last.
The Friskney vote was very tight - only 10 votes in it. A re-count was required before the result was announced.
|Valerie Pain||Independence from Europe
Pauline Cooper comfortably retained her place on the Council, comfortably trouncing her only opposition.
|Burgh Le Marsh|
A relatively tight fight between the Conservatives and UKIP saw incumbent Neil Cooper retain his seat.
|Willoughby by Sloothby|
Right down to the wire between former Councillor Stephen Eyre and Alan Vassar saw the Conservative candidate come out on top.
|John Barry||Independence from Europe||44|
Jim Swanson saw off a stiff challenge from both UKIP and the Conservatives, with Independence from Europe finishing miserably.
|Sibsey & Stickney|
|Giles Crust||Independence from Europe||110|
Both seats in Sibsey and Stickney were taken by the Conservative candidates despite a strong showing from UKIP.
Conservatives comfortably took the result in the new Hagworthingham district.
Published: Friday 8th May 2015
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