The Louth & Horncastle Conservative Association held their Annual General Meeting at the Trinity Centre on Friday (March 4), where they elected their officials for the year ahead.
District Councillors David Andrews and Will Grover were elected as the Chairman and Deputy Chairman (Political) respectively.
Louth Town Councillor Dan Turner was elected as Deputy Chairman (Membership and Fundraising), taking over the role from Jane Woodcock following her decision to step down after two years of “incredible service and dedication”.
Jane was thanked by the new Chairman on behalf of the management team and association for all her support and hard work.
Mrs Bridget Harris was elected as Treasurer, while Colin Matthews and Tom Kemp were voted in as Association Officers.