Damian Timson

Chairman of West Lothian Conservative & Unionist Association

Following service in the Royal Air Force, both in Scotland and rest of the UK, Damian has worked in Business and Project Management.  He lives and works in Livingston.

Keen to see the Association work for everyone, he encourages contact from members and non-members alike.  His email address is Damian@westlothianconservatives.org.uk

Interests include rugby; a former Scottish Rugby Panel Referee, and the outdoors.

 

 

News

B7015 repaired after councillor highlighted issue.

In May, Councillor Damian Timson, Councillor for East Livingston and East Calder, had visited the B7015 between East Calder and the A71 to highlight its poor condition. The road had required immediate attention as it had been full of potholes and in general need of repair.

Councillor Timson highlights poor state of B7015

Councillor Damian Timson, Councillor for East Livingston and East Calder, visited the B7015 between East Calder and the A71 to highlight its poor condition. The road requires immediate attention as it is full of potholes and in general need of repair.

Ten Pin Bowling Evening

On the evening of 19 April, the West Lothian Conservatives put hard work aside for a few hours, donned their merrymaking hats and bowling shoes and indulged in both fun and games!

Instrumental Music Services

West Lothian Conservatives are dismayed at the outcomes of the Instrumental Music Service review paper at the Education Policy PDSP on 13th March 2018 which has confirmed a complete cessation of String and Percussion tuition across West Lothian Schools as an extracurricular activity.

Whilst any changes in this area were regrettable, we did appreciate the model in which the service was being delivered did require revision. However, the intention to completely remove any aspect of the Instrumental Music Service has never had the support of the Conservative Group of Councillors on West Lothian Council.

West Lothian Conservative Councillors Performing Well

The Accounts Commission has published the Best Value Assurance report on West Lothian Councils progress since 2005. The report recognises the councils strong vision, good practices in getting local people’s views, effective management of finances and improves outcomes, especially in education.