Cllr Maggi Hunt - 01661 842674 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Chair: Stocksfield Parish Council
Maggi joined the Parish Council in the autumn of 2010 and is now Chair of the Council. Maggi also chairs the Council's General Governance Advisory Group and its Sports Field User Group.  She has lived in Stocksfield since 1990 and both of her children attended local schools.   Maggi has a career background in education and work with young people, as well as a long history of volunteering, as a Governor of two local schools for fifteen years and as a member of Northumbria Police’s Strategic Independent Advisory Group.  Two of her grandchildren also live in the village.

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Cllr Colin Chance - 07982 738095 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Colin and his partner have lived in Stocksfield for 5 years. A retired  Chartered Surveyor, most of his career was in Local Government managing  commercial property then a Director of a university estate where he was  responsible for all aspects including environmental sustainability.  Originally from Hampshire, Colin was a Parish Councillor in County  Durham and his past community involvement has also included being a  School Governor and setting up and running an FA Chartered Youth  Football Club. Interests include travel, football and photography. Colin is keen on local engagement, Parish planning and developing policy  and positive action to address the Climate Emergency through Equality,  Diversity and Inclusion.

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Cllr Anne Dale - 01434 673326 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Bio to follow.

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Cllr Tim Hills - 07748 153206 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tim is a member of the General Governance Advisory Group and the Communications Advisory Group. He has lived in Stocksfield for over thirty years, having moved here after spending his childhood and teenage years growing up in Rowlands Gill. He has enjoyed a varied career in finance, regeneration, recruitment and as a professional DJ. He is married and bought his third (and current) house in the village in 2016.

Councillor Tim Hills

Cllr Lindsey Joy - 07817 305458 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lindsey is a member of the Communications Advisory Group and represents the Council at the Essity Community Forum. Lindsey and her little family moved to Stocksfield in 2019 when they bought their first home - “Moving to the village has been the best decision we’ve ever made; everyone is so friendly and it’s a beautiful place to live”. Lindsey’s career has been varied but largely focussed on advocacy and support, community development and project management in the not-for-profit sector. Lindsey is currently self-employed as a Hypnobirthing Teacher, and Choir Leader singing with women, and children.

Councillor Lindsey Joy

Cllr Chris Liddle - 07737 777836 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Chris is a member of the Communications Advisory Group and the Rights of Way and Environment Advisory Group. He grew up in Stocksfield and returned to the village in 2017 after living in Manchester for 10 years. He works as an independent marketing consultant and has two young daughters. When his children allow, Chris likes cycling, football, walking and home brewing.

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Cllr Mike Parker - 01661 843887 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Mike has lived in Stocksfield for over 30 years. He is Convenor of the Planning Advisory Group. Both of his children went to local schools.  He has been retired for nearly 7 years.   Since the late 1970s he worked at Tyne Tees Television as a Camera Operator and Supervisor until his retirement.  In 1995, he trained as Assessor; Trainer and Coach, and in Recruitment & Selection, for Skillset.  From 2000 he was Head of the Camera Dept. and also Health and Safety Officer at TTTV.

Mike Parker

Cllr Kath Pollock - 07450 373650 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kath is a member of the General Governance Advisory Group. She moved to Stocksfield from Newcastle almost 40 years ago, attracted by the location and the schools. She worked in nursing in the NHS for over 30 years latterly in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. She has one daughter who attended school locally and still lives in the village along with Kath's two grandsons - Joe who is currently studying at Manchester University and Tom who attends Prudhoe Community High School 6th form. As a family they all have a keen interest in sport, especially cricket and have close links with the village Cricket Club.

Kath Pollock

Cllr Paul Vickers - 01661 844834 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Vice Chair: Stocksfield Parish Council

Paul is the Vice Chair of the Parish Council, Convenor of the Rights of Way and Environment Advisory Groups and a member of the Planning Advisory Group. He and his wife Gina live in Stocksfield with their three children Caitlin (at university), Carys (at Prudhoe High) and Zachary (Broomley First School). Paul was born in Newcastle and grew up in Hertfordshire where his parents moved for work reasons. In 1988, when Paul was an undergraduate in Liverpool, his parents relocated back to the north east settling in Stocksfield. Paul worked in Liverpool until 2001 and is now Reader in Computer Science at Northumbria University.

Paul Vickers

County Councillor - Northumberland County Council

Anne Dale - 01434 673326  (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Anne is the County Councillor for Broomhaugh, Stocksfield and Mickley.

Website: http://committee.northumberland.gov.uk/CouncillorSearch.aspx

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The Parish Council urgently needs to co-opt five new Parish Councillors

Miscelleneous Councillor - it could be you!The Parish Council still needs to co-opt up to a further six Parish Councillors.

Stocksfield is a lovely place to live, and our quality of life is well worth safeguarding.  As more responsibilities are transferred to Parish Councils from our cash-strapped County Council, and in the context of deregulated national planning policies, the need for a strong, active, well-informed and representative Parish Council has never been greater.

If you are interested in being a Parish Councillor, please contact the Parish Clerk for information. Alternatively, if you would like an informal discussion about the role of Parish Councillors, please telephone the Chairman, Maggi Hunt, on 842674.

The next meeting of the Parish Council is on 2nd September in the Community Centre at 7.30 p.m. Stocksfield residents are welcome to attend any Parish Council meeting. There is always an opportunity to raise concerns at the meetings, or just come along and listen to what we do.

Your Parish Council needs you!


For details of the declarations of interests of each individual parish councillor, please see Northumberland County Council's website by clicking here.