Cllr Colin Pike - North Kincardine

Colin Pike has been selected to stand as the Scottish Conservative & Unionist candidate for North Kincardine Ward on Aberdeenshire Council.
 
As your prospective local councillor I am very aware of the challenges of living and working here in Aberdeenshire. It would be my role to make your opinion and voices count towards your experiences of being part of successful communities, where council services are maintained and improved upon, to ensure we all benefit. My approach to Aberdeenshire Council would be to make it more business like, efficient, dynamic and accountable.
 
For over 30 years I have lived in Maryculter and run my own businesses, bringing new technology to the offshore and marine industries. I understand the importance of teamwork and getting results. I have served twice on the community council and I am a trustee of a woodland charity.
 
We have much to be proud of here in Aberdeenshire however there is room for improvement and we need new people with fresh ideas and a lifetimes experience of being able to design, plan, negotiate and succeed in bringing about change and innovation. This is what I have to offer.

See Also

Cllr Ann Ross - Banchory & Mid Deeside

Crathes resident Ann Ross has been selected as the Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate for the Banchory & Mid Deeside ward for the local government elections in May.

Cllr Wendy Agnew - Stonehaven & Lower Deeside

Wendy has lived in Stonehaven all her life, attending Dunnottar School and Mackie Academy.  She currently manages an insurance company in Stonehaven.In 2003 Wendy was elected to represent Stonehaven south and in 2007 and 2012 she was elected as Councillor for the larger multi-member ward of Stonehaven & Lower Deeside.Wendy has been a leading campaigner for more flood prevention measures in Stonehaven, and acts as the flood warden for the High Street area.

Cllr George Carr - Mearns

 George was first elected in 2007 as Councillor to the Mearns.  He also works as a scientific officer at the Scottish Agricultural College in Aberdeen, specialising in grass research.He comes from a farming background and having lived all his life in the Mearns at Lumgair, takes a keen interest in the local community.