Tim Jackson OBE

Chairman & member of the Association Executive Committee

Association Chairman since October 2014, Tim is married and lives in Gullane.  After serving in the Army in Germany, Northern Ireland and the Middle East, he joined United Biscuits followed by the Scotch Whisky Association where he was its' Director of International Affairs.

In 1982 he was awarded the OBE for services to exports.  He was a Queen's Baton Bearer for Commonwealth Games in 2014

News

East Lothian MP 'foolhardy' to call for a General Election

In a letter published in the East Lothian Courier, Association Chairman, Tim Jackson, highlights Labour languishing in the latest opinion polls whilst East Lothian MP Martin Whitfield calls for a General Election.

Meeting with the Prime Minister at No. 10

East Lothian Conservative & Unionist Association Chairman, Tim Jackson and Organising Secretary, Sarah Russell recently met with the Prime Minister at Number 10 Downing Street.

The SNP should start concentrating on the day job

In a letter to the East Lothian Courier, Association Chairman Tim Jackson says it's time that George Kerevan MP and his SNP colleagues started concentrating on the day job.

SNP Boundary Change claims untrue

Writing in today's East Lothian Courier, Association Chairman, Tim Jackson, refutes the SNP's boundary change claims.

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Scott Douglas

Deputy Chairman & member of the Executive Committee

Scott joined the association in 2005, helping out on Bill Stevenson’s Westminster campaign. He has remained involved since and now sits on the association’s executive as Deputy Chair. Scott also works for the party at Holyrood as their Head of Broadcast and Online Media.

Tim Hunt

Vice Chairman & member of the Association Executive Committee

Tim has been Vice Chairman of the Association since 2017 and lives in Haddington.  After being awarded a BA (Hons) in Politics and Government, he worked at BBC Westminster within the Political Research Unit.  After stepping out of the full-time political arena, he moved in to the FMCG industry working with many well-known brands.  He is now a senior director of a marketing agency operating across the UK and Europe.

Jenny Harper

Member of the Association Executive Committee

Jenny has lived with her husband in East Lothian for 40 years, bringing up two children. For the past 26 years she has run, with her business partner, a landscape gardening business. Jenny was a governor of Belhaven Hill School, Dunbar for 15 years, 8 years as Chairman.  She has worked with Dunbar RNLI for 25 years, 5 years as President of the Fundraising Committee.

Anthony Stodart

Member of the Association Executive Committee

Born and raised at Kingston, Anthony moved south to become a Land Agent before turning to marquees where he became one of the Directors of Broxburn based Field & Lawn Marquees. He returned to Kingston in 2005 to take over the family farm whilst starting up ArdMoor Ltd. Having sold most of the farm in 2017, he no longer farms but is now fully focussed on ArdMoor which is based at Kingston Farm.