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Conservative councillor to join South Kesteven District Council following by-election

A new councillor will join South Kesteven District Council, after coming out on top at a by-election held yesterday (May 6).

Penny Robins (Con) was up against Paul Richardson (Lab) at the by-election, after a seat became available for the Glen Ward.

However, it was Coun Robins who secured the majority of votes earning her a seat on the Conservative-led council.

Penny Robins
Penny Robins

She said: "I'm delighted to be elected to represent the Glen Ward and I would like to thank everybody for voting for me.

"As I said in my manifesto - local issues for local people.

"I'm going to bring a fresh outlook and work hard for the people that got me here electorally to give them the very best."

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