Fife Conservative Councillors

The Fife Conservative Group currently has 15 elected councillors in Fife

The local elections in May 2017 returned 15 Conservatives to Fife Council, and 1 Conservative at the Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay by-election in 2018, a staggering rise on the previous three and part of the resurgence of Conservatism across Scotland driven by the fresh and dynamic leadership of a Fife lassie, Ruth Davidson.

There are now Conservative councillors across the length and breadth of Fife and in terms of background, experience and interest, they could not be more varied or inclusive.

The Conservative Group also make up the official Opposition at Fife Council, whose job it is to scrutinise and hold to account the joint Labour/SNP administration.

Feel free to get in touch with any of the Conservative councillors below.

Fife Conservatives Councillors with Scottish MSPs

Fife Conservatives - Councillors

David Dempsey
Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay

Linda Holt
East Neuk and Landward

Alan Craig
Dunfermline Central

Graham Ritchie
Leven, Kennoway and Largo

Tony Orton
Rosyth, Limekilns, Charlestown, Crombie and Pattiesmuir

Andy Heer
Howe of Fife and Tay Coast

Gavin Ellis
Dunfermline North

Darren Watt

Michael Green
Glenrothes North

Richard Watt
Kirkcaldy East

Dominic Nolan
St Andrews

Dave Coleman
Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay

David Ross
Dunfermline South

Mino Manekshaw
West Fife and Coastal Villages

Kathleen Leslie
Burntisland, Kinghorn and West Kirkcaldy

Tony Miklinski

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Linda Holt is the Scottish Conservative councillor for the East Neuk & Landward WardThe Scottish Field named her among the Scottish countryside’s “movers and shakers” and The Courier included her in its Tayside’s Impact 100 list. Linda has appeared at Westminster and lobbied extensively at Holyrood.