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Jill Beverley Simpson-Vince

Jill Beverley Simpson-Vince was a Conservative and Unionist Party candidate in Dunsmore in the Rugby local election. They were elected with 944 votes.

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Jill Beverley Simpson-Vince's policies

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Jill has been a Rugby Borough Councillor since 2014 and in 2019 became a member of the Cabinet, with the responsibility for Growth and Investment.

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She has been a Warwickshire County Councillor since 2017 and is currently Vice Chair of the Regulatory Committee. She is also the Constituency Organiser and election agent for Rugby Conservative Association.

Jill has a BSc in Psychology and American Studies and an MA in International Relations. Her previous roles included being a Corporate Projects Manager for a regeneration agency in London and a Resourcing and Projects Manager for a leading business psychology consultancy.

After moving to Coton Park in 2008 and having her daughter in 2010, she became involved in the Coton Park Residents Association and led the team producing their Neighbourhood Plan - the first official neighbourhood plan in Warwickshire. She is still actively involved in the CPRA today, as well as the new Eden Park Community Association.

Jill's involvement in the neighbourhood plan also started the process for what is now Rugby Free Primary School. Jill is a trustee for that school and as a trustee she was also heavily involved in setting up Rugby Free Secondary School in Rokeby.

Jill's key priorities for the area are education and dealing with parking/speeding. Jill is working hard to get a secondary school in place for the area and is liaising between all the relevant organisations to push this to happen. She also wants to see the infant and junior provision sustained for the communities going forward. She is also working closely with Warwickshire Police and County Highways to look at the issues of parking and speeding across the area.

This statement was last updated on April 16, 2022.

This statement was added by Jill Beverley Simpson-Vince, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Jill Beverley Simpson-Vince's local party is Rugby Conservatives.

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Jill Beverley Simpson-Vince's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Dunsmore: Rugby local election Conservative and Unionist Party 944 votes (elected) 1st / 4 candidates
2023 Dunsmore: Rugby local by-election Conservative and Unionist Party 588 votes (elected) 2nd / 8 candidates
2022 Coton and Boughton: Rugby local election Conservative and Unionist Party 753 votes (not elected) 2nd / 5 candidates
2021 Brownsover & Coton Park: Warwickshire local election Conservative and Unionist Party 1,321 votes (elected) 1st / 5 candidates
2018 Coton and Boughton: Rugby local election Conservative and Unionist Party 900 votes (elected) 1st / 2 candidates
2017 Brownsover & Coton Park: Warwickshire County Council local election Conservative and Unionist Party Not elected (vote count not available) Position not available
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