Steve lives in Sutton on Sea and has been married for 34 years. His son and family live in Alford. Steve is very active in the community being Chairman of a Resident Association, a library volunteer and a LIVES first responder.
Steve is an experienced Town and District Councillor, working to support local people.
Fiercely Independent believing in people not National Party. “Local Councillors should be representing the people who elected them not Party Leaders and Party Doctrine”, he said.
Meet Steve Pinion
Meet Sarah Devereux
As a Lincolnshire Independent my drive and dedication to serving the local community can represent you in the best and strongest way. I have considerable experience serving on Alford Town Council and have been a Alford Memorial Park trustee for several years. I also run a parents and carers activities group for the under 5’s in the area.
I know the importance of the community having a strong voice, one which is not biased by party politics but one that is true to the interests and concern of the local people.
My hard working and enthusiastic approach has helped to ensure many community projects have reached fruition and I know by working with,and listening to you I can make a difference.
I believe that a voice that is not tied to party politics but one that listens to you and fights for what matters is what is needed.
Meet Daniel Simpson
A local businessman running Scramblesby Filling Station, near Louth, Daniel is in touch with the “real world” and brings useful business skills to help run the Council.
Daniel has wide experience of the Council over a number of years, including Chairman of the East Lindsey Independent Councillors. He also finds time to support the county-wide network, the Lincolnshire Independents as Treasurer.
Daniel works hard for his community, and taken the lead role in some big campaigns including saving the local school.
Daniel was one of four Independents to stand for Parliament in Lincolnshire in 2010 with good support and is standing again on May 7th 2015
Holton le Clay
Meet Terry Aldridge
Residents of the Cliff Villages may well know me from a visit to the Antiques Centre in Navenby which my husband and I opened in 2007 or perhaps from the Post Office in Navenby where I worked for two years during the early years of starting our antiques business. Many former pupils of Sir William Robertson High School will perhaps remember me as their Maths teacher.Before moving to Lincolnshire, I studied and began my career as a teacher of Maths and Computing in the West Country. I also spent a number of years working in the Aerospace industry as a computer programmer and for a Software company in technical sales and marketing. I have two children who are now embarking on their own careers, and it is exciting watching them find their way in the world. Bringing up children can change the way we view the world, and sometimes it takes our children to teach us not to become complacent and remind us of our youthful optimism. We can make a difference; we don’t have to accept things as they are. As your Independent candidates, we remain unrestrained by national party politics and committed to meeting the needs of our local communities. Please contact me if I can assist in any District Council Matters.
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