Lisa & Steve working hard for you in Norton North
We are delighted to have been selected as your Labour candidates for Norton North Ward in May’s Council elections, and we hope that you will support us. Sadly, Kathryn Nelson has decided to retire for health reasons, so your Norton North team for the forthcoming election is Lisa Grainge and Steve Nelson.
These are difficult days for our community. Due to Tory cuts, we are seeing our Council forced to make cuts to its services; and our region unfairly hit by austerity. Despite this your Labour Council has protected weekly bin collections, protected libraries, and set out a positive vision for Norton North and our entire borough.
That’s why we need a strong Labour Council dedicated to maintaining the best possible services and putting forward a positive vision and agenda for the entire Stockton-on-Tees Borough; that puts the wellbeing of our children and older people first; and defends you against Tory cuts.
Please vote for us on 2nd May—thank you.
Lisa Grainge and Steve Nelson
- Further improvements in the thriving Village including new lighting, paving, litter bins, CCTV, parking improvements, Advent Calendar Trail and various environmental improvements.
- 478 Thirteen properties had their wooden windows replaced with UPVC windows as well as new kitchens, boilers, doors, facia etc where applicable.
- A new Multi Use Games Area on Norton Grange.
- Ensuring police and council enforcement targeted “hotspot” areas of crime and ASB.
- Completed the metal fencing and installed security lighting on the Billingham Road allotment site.
- A memorial tree on The Green for the much missed and highly respected local historian Bob Harbron.
Hundreds of individual issues we have been able to assist residents with.
- We will continue to publish and deliver our regular Doorstep newsletter as well as provide updates via our Norton North Councillors Facebook page, be visible in the area via ward walkabouts, provide home visits, hold regular Ward Surgeries and respond promptly to issues you raise with us by email, phone or Facebook.
- We recognise that the best results come from partnership working so we will continue to work with residents, businesses, the Council, police, churches, schools, Thirteen, and others to make Norton a better place in which to live, work and play.
- We will fight to make sure that despite Government cuts Norton North Ward gets the best available services and funding.
- We promise that weekly refuse collections will continue while there is a Labour controlled Council.
- Continue to be strong advocates for Norton North and its residents.
Lisa has lived in Stockton all of her life and is a single mother with two children. She currently works supporting NHS workers – a job that she is extremely proud to do.
Lisa has been a Councillor since 2015 and is currently Chair of the Council’s Adult Social Care and Health Committee. and is passionate about improving the quality of life for residents.
Lisa says, “The last four years have been a whirlwind of learning, hard work, achievements and also significant challenges. If elected, I look forward to working hard on behalf of everyone in Norton North”
Steve is married to Kathryn and has three children and two grandchildren. He has lived in Norton virtually all his life and has been a Norton Councillor for over 23 years.
Steve is currently the Cabinet Member for Access, Communities & Community Safety and is also on the Boards of Thirteen Homes, Catalyst and FRADE, as well as a Governor at Frederick Nattrass School and also chairs the Safer Stockton Partnership.
In addition to assisting literally thousands of residents with their individual issues Steve has particularly enjoyed working in partnership with various groups in the ward to help make Norton a better place in which to live, work and play.