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Clark, Carol

Councillor Carol Clark

Councillor Carol Clark was elected to represent the Grangefield Ward in May 2011 along with her husband Michael. Having lived in Grangefield for more than 35 years, gave them a deep knowledge and passion for the area.

Together they helped and developed a number of significant projects and initiatives to improve the quality of life for many residents. Sadly, Michael died in June 2016.

Carol continues the work they began – supporting and encouraging voluntary and community activity across Grangefield including:

 

  • the over 50s drop-in they established at the Grays Road Institute
  • the Green Project for environmental activities
  • the Grangefield Community Council as a forum for all residents
  • the 'Great Gardens' competition, which is in it's sixth year 
  • regular charity coffee mornings (which have raised thousands of pounds for local and national organisations).

As the borough’s ‘Older Persons Champion’, Carol works really hard to improve the wellbeing of older residents. A great example of this is the specialist exercise classes that she has set up to improve balance, core strength and prevent falls. She would love to see them in every Ward because of the difference they would make.

As well as all her community work Carol brings a vast array of knowledge, skills and experience to her role as a councillor - from her employment in a refuge for women and children who experienced domestic violence, hostels for homeless people, and as a teaching assistant/transition worker in several primary and secondary schools. Carol also ran her own food business before retiring, and served as a governor at Oak Tree Primary School for over 20 years.

Regular Ward Surgeries are held at Fairfield Library, Grays Road Institute and Hartburn Scout Group Hut where people can call in and discuss any issues they may have.

 

Ward Surgeries

Date Time Location
No July Ward Surgeries    
No August Ward Surgeries    
2 September 2021 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
13 September 2021 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
20 September 2021 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library
7 October 2021 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
11 October 2021 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
18 October 2021 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library
4 November 2021 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
8 November 2021 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
15 November 2021 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library
2 December 2021 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
13 December 2021 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
20 December 2021 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library
6 January 2022 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
10 January 2022 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
17 January 2022 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library
3 February 2022 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
14 February 2022 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
21 February 2022 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library
3 March 2022 6pm - 7pm Grays Road Institute
14 March 2022 12pm - 1pm Scout Hut
21 March 2022 12pm - 1pm Fairfield Library

Although some Surgeries have not taken place due to Coronavirus you can still contact your Ward Councillors with any concerns you may have. 

Councillor Carol Clark - [email protected] / 01642 675688.

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