Andrew Percy completes 10 years as the MP for Brigg & Goole today (May 6).
It was on that day in 2010 (a Thursday) that he gained the seat for the Conservatives with a 5,000+ majority following voting in the General Election.
Andrew was re-elected in 2015, 2017 and December 2019.
He was installed as a Freeman of Brigg in September last year at the same time as Ian Cawsey (Labour) whom he had succeeded as MP in 2010.
The Parliamentary constituency with Brigg in its name has undergone several changes of title over the decades.
While it was just known as Brigg, Labour's Sir Lance Mallalieu was MP from 1948 until he retired in 1974. Latterly, he was one of the House of Commons' Deputy Speakers.
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We send our congratulations today to Andrew because he has achieved a milestone - 10 years representing this area in Parliament.
PICTURED: A various events and functions during his time as MP.