Your Parish Councillors

 

 

 

Councillor Morgan McClintock – Chair

Morgan, a resident of Nunthorpe for over twelve years, has been a Parish Councillor here for two years.  He was employed by Teesside University as a manager for more than thirty years, where his responsibilities included governance, legal advice, and estates development. He is currently a Board Member of North Star Housing Association, and a campaigner with Ourgreenways and Middlesbrough Alternative Planning Partnership.

Morgan is Secretary and Deputy Chair of

Middlesbrough Liberal Democrats.

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Councillor Ros Davey

Ros joined the Parish Council in 2019, she has lived in Nunthorpe since 1972. Ros has been a nurse for 42 years and a town hall volunteer for two years. Her hobbies include sewing, raft work and Sudoku.

 

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stephen Councillor Stephen Thomason

Stephen has been a Parish Councillor since 2015. Married to Carol, he has lived in Nunthorpe since 2012 having previously lived in Marton. They have two sons and two daughters, all of whom have left home.

Stephen spent his working life in the downstream oil industry and now acts as a business consultant. He has been a Parish Councillor since May 2015 and is passionate to defend Nunthorpe against overdevelopment in order for it to retain its character as a great place to live.

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Wade Tovey

Councillor Wade Tovey – Vice Chair

I have lived in Nunthorpe since I was 11 years old, bar 2 years in Linthorpe, after marrying my wife Christene. My father helped start Nunthorpe School (and the Evening Institute), our three children attended, and the youngest of three is a teacher there. We have five grandchildren.

I set out to be a Chemistry teacher, but became a social worker and a Probation Officer for 16 years, becoming Head of Social Work at Teesside University then Assistant Dean of Health & Social Care retiring in 2014. I have been Chair/Board member of regional and national organisations, and was co-author of ‘Consultancy in Public Services; Empowerment and Transformation.

In parallel I had joined the Territorial Army as a soldier, became an officer, was awarded the MBE in 1987, going on to be CO of 4/5 Green Howards at Coulby Newham. I retired in 2007 after 14 years as a Colonel.

I am the unpaid, Projects Leader for a patient/service user/carer group www.nescha.org and have worked towards the sharing of best practice and integration in social care and health, running 3 annual conferences and numerous free workshops.

I have been involved with Nunthorpe Community Council for 2 years, becoming Interim Chair, early in 2020, joining the Parish Council in late 2019. I started ourGreenways in 2018, with Adrian Walker, in part as a campaigning group, later obtaining a Community Lottery Award for green and healthy activities for all of Nunthorpe; then forming MAPP (Middlesbrough Alternative Planning Partnership), to get different groups together to argue for better infrastructure and planning in the town, of which Nunthorpe is an important part.

I am totally committed to the concept of community, and working together, in reality and not in empty rhetoric.

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Councillor Adrian Walker

Adrian was born in the Parkside Maternity Hospital and was brought up at Fairy Dell Nurseries at Marton in Cleveland. He attended Captain Cook Primary and Junior School, Nunthorpe School and later Kirby College in Linthorpe.

Adrian has worked in the office equipment industry and publishing for most of his life and is a retired Sales Executive of high capital value business machines. He owns land and property in South Middlesbrough and East Cleveland.

Adrian is Treasurer of Nunthorpe Community Council, co founder of Ourgreenways and is a member of MAPP (Middlesbrough Alternative Planning Partnership). He is passionate about Middlesbrough and became interested in local politics (with a small p) when Middlesbrough Council decided to devastate Dixons Bank where he has lived for over 30 years by adding a new lane at a cost of £1.7 million for what appeared to be political rather the technical reasons. He was election agent for Middlesbrough Mayoral candidate Andy Preston during the 2019 combined election which Mr. Preston won with a landslide victory. The Executive Member for Infrastructure Lewis Young was also unseated.

Adrian is married with two children, the eldest is both a UK and Australian citizen living in Manly in New South Wales and works in the education sector. The other works in the Telecommunications industry and lives more locally in Marton. He currently has two grandchildren a Golden Retriever and is a keeper of Tropical Fish.

Adrian has an interest in his local area, book collecting, interesting vehicles and has a small collection of vintage horticultural engines and equipment at his workshop.

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Councillor Mieka Smiles

 

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We have room for four more Parish Councillors, so if you are interested in joining us at the Nunthorpe Parish Council please contact the Clerk here to find out more.

The Parish Clerk

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 Angela Livingstone, Parish Clerk

Angela has lived locally all her life, attending Captain Cooks School then Nunthorpe Secondary school, where her three daughters have also studied. She is passionate about the area and has been an active member of both Chandlers Ridge Academy and Nunthorpe Academy parents groups.

Angela has held the position of Parish Clerk since 2009. Since that time she has taken over the position of Responsible Financial Officer and has completed her qualification in CILCA – Certificate in Local Council Administration. Angela also works for Redcar & Cleveland Council as a Governance Support Officer and is a Parish Clerk for Carlton and Whorlton Parish Councils.