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Lisa Evans

Councillor Lisa Evans

Councillor Lisa Evans represents Norton North ward, elected in May 2019.

Councillor Evans was first elected in May 2015 to represent Bishopsgarth & Elm Tree Ward.

After finishing secondary school at Our Lady and St Bede, I worked in retail for many years and became involved in the Trade Union movement whilst working at Tesco on Durham Road. Whilst there, I returned to education to gain teaching qualifications at Stockton Riverside College and the University of Sunderland.

Working at Sunderland College as a lecturer for seven years, allowed me to value the opportunities that education gives and I am passionate that every child and young person regardless of background, has the best access to education available to them. I was also a Governor at Our Lady and St Bede School for four years, where I focused on raising standards and ensuring parents and young people's views and issues were listened to.

After being made redundant, I have returned to working for a Trade Union, negotiating and representing members who work in our schools and NHS - a job that I am very proud to do. I already know many people in the local community and look forward to working for many more I am committed to working tirelessly and listening to local residents and young people to ensure they have a say and that their voice is heard to make a real difference and improvement to their community.

Ward Surgeries 

10 April 2024 6pmNorton Library
1 May 20246pmNorton Library
5 June 20246pmNorton Library
3 July 20246pm Norton Library
No August Surgery  
6 September 20246pmNorton Library
2 October 20246pmNorton Library
6 November 20246pmNorton Library
4 December 20246pmNorton Library
8 January 20256pmNorton Library 
5 February 20256pmNorton Library
5 March 20256pmNorton Library


You can always contact your Ward Councillors with any concerns you may have: 

Norton North Ward Information

Norton North Ward Facebook page

Cleveland Police

Information on your local Neighbourhood Team

Stop smoking

The Stockton and Hartlepool Stop Smoking Service offers drop-in sessions across the Borough for those who wish to give up smoking. You can get help from trained advisors and prescriptions for treatments, such as nicotine replacement, or other supporting medication.

For more details of the service call 01642 383819 or visit the NHS stop smoking website.

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