Barbara Morgan  -  Councillor for the Lomand North ward of Argyll & Bute Council

Barbara lives in Kilcreggan, part of the Lomand North constituency, having moved there a number of years ago with her partner Denise and their 2 pets.

"Living in this area, I feel proud to be part of a community which has a wealth of knowledge, creativity and a strong sense of togetherness."

Barbara works as a shift manager in manufacturing for the past 26 years


Thank you

On behalf of all the candidates, and our newly elected group of councillors, Argyll and Bute Conservative and Unionist Association would like to thank all of our members and supporters, who turned out in such great numbers and voted in the local elections last week. 

No to a 2nd referendum

What a good response in Dumbarton for " No to a 2nd referendum " .

Sally Page and Brian Walker also receiving good feedback for council elections .. topped of with some lovely Scottish sunshine ☀️

Barbara Morgan

On the banks of Loch Lomand

Another great day leafleting and speaking to residents on the banks of Loch Lomond ...

Luss and Arrochar in the sunshine ☀️.. All good ? .. happy days ☀️️☀️️☀️️

Barbara Morgan

Positive and supportive messages on the doorstep

Another great sunny day leafleting in Kilcreggan and Cove .

Thank you to the good positive and supportive messages from people on the doorstep and my team of helpers .

Always appreciated ??

Barbara Morgan

Just get on with the job

Great day in RHU and Shandon , great support and help delivering leaflets .

Clear message being given when knocking on doors no more talk of independence, just get on with the job in hand .

Barbara Morgan

Role of honour reinstated

Great to see the Helensburgh and Garelochhead loch Unionist (aka Conservatives) "world War 1 Role of Honour" being reinstated in the Charles Rennie MacKintosh rooms in Sinclair St, Helensburgh.

A beautiful and inspiring artistic space run by Bruce and Nicola Jamieson from Kilcreggan.