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Tributes paid to district councillor Terl Bryant




Coun Terl Bryant in front of a newly built council property in East Avenue, Grantham.
Coun Terl Bryant in front of a newly built council property in East Avenue, Grantham.

South Kesteven District councillor Terl Bryant died at the weekend.

Paying tribute to Coun Bryant, who was the ward member for Stamford St John’s, Philip Sagar, Chairman of the Grantham and Stamford Conservative Association, said: “It was with sadness that we heard of the death of Councillor Terl Bryant. Councillor Bryant had been a very long-standing supporter of the Conservative Party, and had been a hard-working member of the South Kesteven and Stamford Town Council team for a long time serving as Chairman of the Council and a cabinet member for many years at South Kesteven and mayor of Stamford on the Town Council.”

“On behalf of the Association I extend our deepest sympathies to his family.”

Nick Boles, MP for Grantham and Stamford said: “I’m sad to learn of Councillor Terl Bryant’s death. He loved Stamford and served his community diligently for many years.”

As well as being diligently involved in local politics, Coun Bryant was the current chairman of the trustees at Browne’s Hospital.

Current mayor of Stamford Tony Story paid tribute to Coun Bryant. He said: “He was a very busy councillor and he always worked hard for Stamford.”

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