Rod Williams Returned As Spilsby District Councillor

May 8, 2015 Spilsby Online 0

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. Candidate Political Party 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 […]

Lincolnshire’s county councillors vote for allowance rise

February 21, 2015 Spilsby Online 0

Lincolnshire’s county councillors have voted to increase their allowances by 2.2%, putting their basic allowance at more than £10,000 a year. The increase will mean they receive an extra £222 a year. UKIP councillors at the Conservative-controlled council had called for a 1% decrease and Labour councillors abstained from the vote. Council tax has also been increased by 1.9% – which will mean a rise of £20 a year for a Band D tax payer. […]

Coalition For County Council Announced

May 9, 2013 Spilsby Online 0

Lincolnshire County Council have announced a coalition leadership between the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and several independent members. County Council Leader, Councillor Martin Hill, who agreed to form the coalition said “I’m delighted that we have been able to reach this agreement. This will give us a firm foundation for the next four years, so the council can continue to focus on the issues that matter most to local people. I look forward to working alongside […]

All Change in Spilsby Fen Election

May 3, 2013 Spilsby Online 0

It’s all change in the Spilsby Fen County Council election as UK Independence Party (UKIP) Candidate Victoria Ayling takes the seat from Conservative’s Jim Swanson in a tight contest.  Victoria Ayling took the vote by just 70 votes with the remaining three candidates polling far behind. In marked contrast to the Police and Crime Commissioner Election in November 2012 where less than one in five eligible people turned out to vote the voter turnout was […]