News from your local Liberal Democrat team in Ormesby & Nunthorpe; Cllr Carole Morgan, Cllr Ian Hart & Cllr Glyn Nightingale.

Cllr Carole Morgan

Carole grew up in Marton and has lived in Ormesby ward since 1986. More significant perhaps is that she has been a proud supporter of Boro since 1968!

She retired in 2011, after 35 years teaching modern foreign languages and working with SEND children in the secondary sector. She has represented Ormesby ward on the Council since 2016 and was Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland from 2020 – 2022.

She is most passionate about involving different members of the community, of all ages, in local projects like knitting groups which raise funds to provide items to local charities or create ceremonial displays at key points in the year. She has long been involved in Friends of Nunthorpe Station and actively campaigns to protect Morten Carr Woods. 

Carole is the Group Leader of the Liberal Democrats on Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council.

Contact Carole:

Email: carole.morgan@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Tel: 07717 423757

Cllr Ian Hart

Ian was born and raised in Middlesbrough, has lived in Ormesby for over 40 years. Since returning to Middlesbrough after university he has worked in both academic and business environments and spent over 20 years as an IT consultant to businesses in the UK and Australia. He has been a full-time dementia carer, working with council social workers to enable his mother to spend the last years of her life in her own home. He is a bellringer at St Cuthbert's Church, Ormesby, and its Parochial Church Council treasurer. He has been the Chair of the Ormesby Library Friends Group, since its founding in 2010. The Friends Group support and champion our local library and its staff. They raise money to put on events at the library and community hub and have worked to secure its future and the recent refurbishment.

Contact Ian:

Email: ian.hart@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Tel: 07733 124054

Cllr Glyn Nightingale

Glyn Nightingale has lived on Ormesby Bank for 45 years and has represented the ward for 36 years. He has an economics degree from the University of York and finished his career as head of the Humanities & International Studies faculty at Teesside Tertiary College.

He was parliamentary candidate in the 1980s and has served as the Council’s cabinet member for Corporate Resources.

Most recently, he secured funding for the refurbishment of Ormesby Library and Community Hub and historically was instrumental in the establishment of Nunthorpe Sixth Form College.

Contact Glyn:

Email: glyn.nightingale@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Tel: 07939 064916

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