Councillor Graeme Campbell

Cllr Graeme Campbell represents Avondale and Stonehouse (Ward 5)

Originally from Belfast, Graeme has been living in South Lanarkshire for 20 years - the last 12 in Strathaven. He has been a South Lanarkshire councillor, representing Avondale & Stonehouse since 2007, where he continues to use 30+ years IT & business background to deliver what he calls: “A common sense approach to local government.”

Graeme is now in his fourth term, with social and affordable housing in Strathaven and a common sense development programme in Stonehouse being his top priorities. Add this to his ongoing council work on improving Avondale’s roads, keeping rural crime to a minimum and ensuring Avondale’s young people get the best education possible: Graeme remains a committed councillor, serving his community.

He has been married to Fiona a since 2001 and they live in Strathaven with their sons Mathew and Craig. You can find more information about Cllr Campbell via his website: http://graemecampbell.co.uk/

See Also

Councillor Lynne Nailon

for Rutherglen & Hamilton West

Cllr Lynne Nailon represents Hamilton South (Ward 19). She is the vice chair of the South Lanarkshire Conservative & Unionist Association.

Councillor Alex Allison

Leader of Conservative Group in SLC

Cllr Alex Allison is the leader of the Conservative Group in South Lanarkshire Council. He represents Clydesdale East. Alex is a farmer and a former chairman of the South Lanarkshire Conservative and Unionist Association

Councillor Colin McGavigan

Deputy Leader of Conservative Group in SLC

Cllr Colin McGavigan is the Deputy Leader of the South Lanarkshire Conservative Group and represents Clydesdale South (Ward 4).

Councillor Richard Nelson

Business Manager of Conservative Group in SLC

Cllr Richard Nelson is the Business Manager (whip) of the Conservative Group of South Lanarkshire Council. He represents Larkhall. Richard works for the NHS and has 20 years' experience in health and care.

Councillor Eric Holford

Cllr Eric Holford serves as treasurer of the South Lanarkshire Conservative and Unionist Association. He represents Clydesdale East. Eric is a strong campaigner on the rights of disabled people and a keen advocate for greater awareness of the unnecessary obstacles that create difficulties for those living with a disability.