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Bill Woodhead MBE

Councillor Bill Woodhead

Councillor Bill Woodhead represents Fairfield Ward and was first elected for that ward in 1999. I represented the ward on the old Cleveland County Council from 1977 - 1996, and on the Stockton Borough Council from 1973.

I am currently a member of Licensing Committee, Place Select Committee, and Stockton Home Safety Association as well as being a member of the Cleveland Fire Authority and North East Regional Employers Organisation amongst others.

My experience of the Fairfield ward and local government is extensive so please feel free to contact me at any reasonable time. I hold a ward surgery each month at Fairfield Centre for Young People (Keepthedreamalive, formally Fairfield Boys Club) where you can discuss any issues you have.

Ward surgeries


12 September 2022

6:00pm to 6:30pm

Fairfield Young People's Centre, Limbrick Avenue

10 October 2022

6:00pm to 6:30pmFairfield Young People's Centre, Limbrick Avenue

14 November 2022

6:00pm to 6:30pmFairfield Young People's Centre, Limbrick Avenue


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

Fairfield Ward Information

Fairfield Centre for Young People, Limbrick Avenue

Also known as Fairfield Boy's Club, Keep the dream alive is a registered charity (1143586) who operates across Teesside and works with young people to improve the community in which they live.

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 website.

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