Cllr Kathryn Brindley (St Nicolas)

Kathryn Brindley has been one of the Conservative Borough Councillors for the St Nicolas Ward since being first elected in May 2016.

Kathryn is currently Shadow Portfolio Holder for Arts and Leisure. She serves on the Economic and Corporate Overview and Scrutiny Panel and is the Vice Chair of the Health Overview and Scrutiny Panel.

Having lived in the St Nicolas Park estate for many years, Kathryn is aware of the issues facing the residents of the ward and is determined to provide effective representation for our community alongside her Conservative colleagues.

Already a veteran campaigner in St Nicolas, Kathryn has previously challenged the controlling Labour Group at the Town Hall over their plans to farm off the Etone Sports Centre without considering the needs of local residents and users. When challenging them at Full Council, Kathryn saw the way that Labour treated local residents and their attitude to ruling Nuneaton and Bedworth and became inspired to stand up for St Nicolas on a wider basis and is now standing to represent St Nicolas.

Kathryn is a geography teacher for 14-19 year olds and is keen to represent younger voters views as well, and to ensure that they are engaged with by the Borough Council.

See Also

Cllr Kristofer Wilson (Whitestone)

Kristofer has been one of the Conservative Councillors for Whitestone Ward since May 2010 and re-elected in May 2014 and May 2018.

He is the Leader of the Opposition on Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council and is the Shadow Portfolio Holder for Finance and Civic Affairs.

Cllr Clare Golby (Arbury)

Clare Golby, a seasoned campaigner in the Arbury area already, has been the Arbury Borough Councillor since being first elected in May 2016. She is also Deputy Leader of the Opposition on the Borough Council.

Cllr Sam Croft (Galley Common)

Sam works in accounting for a well know Nuneaton-based firm and is a key member of the Galley Common community. Sam is a real champion for Galley Common.

Cllr Rob Tromans (St Nicolas)

Since first being elected in 2014, Rob has worked tirelessly to make St Nicolas, the area in which he and his family live, an even better place to live. Rob was delighted to be re-elected in 2018.