Caroline Flint

Standing up for Don Valley.

Edlington, Warmsworth & Conisbrough

Elsie head sqElsie Butler, one of Doncaster's most experienced councillors, was re-eelcted for a third term as your councillor in May 2014.  She was first elected to serve this ward in 2006.

Elsie has been a fierce campaigner for the new health centre; and for the new housing off Broomhouse Lane - the Yew Gardens estate. She has been a volunteer at the Martinwells Lake from the start of the project.  In 2012, Elsie secured a new bus shelter at the top of Markham Road.   "I love being a Labour councillor in this ward.  People respect honesty and hard-work; and I'm determined to work with our councillors, our new Mayor and Caroline Flint to stop the Tory Govenrment doing more damage to our community."

To contact Elsie Butler: T 01302 832206   E: 

Follow Elsie on Twitter @ClrElsie

Phil Cole portraitPhil Cole was elected as your Labour councillor for Edlington, Warmsworth and Conisbrough in May 2012.

Phil Cole, is best known as Caroline Flint's husband and office manager.  He has run Caroline's parliamentary constituency office for the past 17 years and active in politics as Labour Party member for over 30 years. Previously, a parliamentary researcher, he worked as a full time Labour organiser, Labour regional officer, Head of the RSPCA's Parliamentary Affairs and then worked inpublic relations in London.

Phil lives in Sprotbrough village with Caroline and their RSPCA rescue dog, Joey.

To contact Phil Cole: T: 07552 630700;  email:

Follow Phil on Twitter @PhilColeLabour

Bob JohnsonBob Johnson was elected as your Labour councillor in May 2011.  In May 2013, Bob was appointed by Mayor Ros Jones as Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Tourism, Culture, Leisure and Veteran's Champion.

Bob trained as an apprentice engineer at a steelworks, before joining the army (Royal Engineers).  He now runs a property and management business. 

Bob lives in Braithwell with his wife Gladys.

To contact Bob Johnson T: 07879 118760 E:

Follow Bob on Twitter @CLLRBobJ


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