Three candidates vying for votes at Louth Trinity Ward by-election

Residents have the chance to go to the polls to vote in their next councillor for Louth's Trinity Ward in a by-election this Thursday, April 11.
Residents have the chance to go to the polls to vote in their next councillor for Louth's Trinity Ward in a by-election this Thursday, April 11.
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Residents have the chance to go to the polls to vote in their next councillor for Louth’s Trinity Ward in a by-election this Thursday, April 11.

Andrew Austin of Labour, Malcolm Locking, Independent, and ex-councillor John Gains are the three candidates vying for your vote to earn a seat on Louth Town Council.

Voters can go along to the polling station at the Youth Centre in Park Avenue from 7am to 10pm on the day.

The by-election was triggered by the resignation of Mrs Gill Burton, and an election was called by the electorate earlier this year.

The Trinity ward representing the area at bottom end of Eastgate, Eastfield Road, Park Avenue, St Bernard’s Avenue and Monks’ Dyke Road.

The elected councillor will serve until the next round of council elections in May 2015.