Councillors

Eastway Ward

I have lived in Eastfield for 17 years.and I am a local Property Developer.

I enjoy spending time with my family.

 

 

 

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address Shirefold, Eastfield Scarborough

I have lived in Eastfield for approximately 3 years now and I used to live in Irton, In my spare time I volunteer for National Coast Watch Institute (Coastguard) I was and International Coach Driver

What I like about Eastfield is the people and their friendly attitude to new comers. I would like to see Eastfield appreciated for the beautiful place it is and not what it is perceived to be

 

 

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address 5, Beech Close, Eastfield YO11 3QZ

I moved to Scarborough 30+ years ago with my family to buy and run a seafront hotel in North Bay and after 10 years we sold up and moved to Seamer. I have lived in Eastfield for 11 years and am now happily retired after a career mostly spent in office work. I volunteer at the Community Free Fridge and the Residents Association and I am also involved with the PACT group, an initiative for Eastfield hoping to bring long overdue improvements to the local area for all residents, young and old . I am heavily involved with the plan to build a skatepark on the old Overdale school site and along with colleagues on the PACT group we are steadily heading in the right direction. I joined the town council in June 2022 so I am still a newbie but Im hoping to work together with all interested parties to make Eastfield a better place to live, work and play for all.

 

 

 

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My name is Hayley Burn, I am a single parent,  I have lived in Eastfield for almost 20 years. Before living in Eastfield  I lived in Crossgates  where I attended Seamer school and then went on to attend George Pindar school.

 I work in and around Eastfield in schools, nursery’s, and carrying out home visits as a speech therapy assistant, I have recently left the NHS after 27 years and now work for a private speech therapy company.

I am also chair of the Eastfield Community Free Fridge which has almost been open for a year and is going from strength to strength. A second opening is on the horizon!

I am also part of the Eastfield Residents Association Group and enjoy thinking of fun events for residents to come to and enjoy themselves!

I recently joined Eastfield Town  Council to find out how the council represents the residents of Eastfield and to see if I could contribute and make Eastfield a better place.

What I would like to see happen  is what every other resident wants, better facilities, better bus times and most importantly for me is to change the perception that Eastfield is a poor place to live and work!

 

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Westway Ward

Hello im Tracey White I'm a councillor and im also the chairman of the council. I've lived in Eastfield 24 years.

I've been a single parent and raised 3 children. now i'm a grandmother. I'm a retired NHS Receptionist,

My favourite place is my back garden while I'm having a bbq party and the view from the top of Holme Hill.

In my spare time I like to cook and make jewellery and I love spending time with my grandkids.

My goals for the town are better shops in the area and retail to be expanded to the new development. and to see improvements to the dell area.

 

 

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I have lived in Eastfield for over 30 years and now live in Cayton and waiting for the birth of my first child. I would like to see Eastfield seen as the lovely place it is.

 

 

 

 

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I have lived in Eastfield 26 years. I’m a dad and a grandad and great grandad.

Was born and raised in Barnsley. I’m a retired miner.

Favourite place in Eastfield is my garden

Hobbies gardening and working with wood and walking fields with my dogs

 

 

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address 38, Ryefield Road, Eastfield,

 moved to Eastfield early in 2020  from Horwich near Bolton. I served on the Town council in Horwich including a term as Town Mayor and vice chair of council as well as chairing their planning sub committee. Prior to this in Bolton I chaired a Residents group, was chair of  parent/teacher association, I have been  vice chair of governors for a large school, and was treasurer for my trade association for many years.

Since arriving I became a member of the founding group that set up the both the  Food fridge and the current Residents Association and am still heavily involved with both groups. I am also currently a member of a PACT group working for the regeneration of Eastfield.

I am also active in the local Labour Party.

I hold a Honours Degree in sociology which I achieved as a sixtieth birthday present to myself.

I have lived in a number of towns in England so I know from experience that Eastfield stands up well in comparison to most with its access to the coast and beautiful countryside. However Eastfield suffers from a lack of a centre which would take it from a housing estate to a proper independent  town. It is very important that the newer parts of the town are fully assimilated and we develop a core of retailing and recreation facilities that we can be proud of. Furthermore transport links to neighbouring towns other than Scarborough need development.

The reorganisation of local government currently underway should be seen as an  opportunity to try to create  a local  identity and improve local services so that Eastfield can be a place we can all be proud to say we live in.

 moved to Eastfield early in 2020  from Horwich near Bolton. I served on the Town council in Horwich including a term as Town Mayor and vice chair of council as well as chairing their planning sub committee. Prior to this in Bolton I chaired a Residents group, was chair of  parent/teacher association, I have been  vice chair of governors for a large school, and was treasurer for my trade association for many years.

Since arriving I became a member of the founding group that set up the both the  Food fridge and the current Residents Association and am still heavily involved with both groups. I am also currently a member of a PACT group working for the regeneration of Eastfield.

I am also active in the local Labour Party.

I hold a Honours Degree in sociology which I achieved as a sixtieth birthday present to myself.

I have lived in a number of towns in England so I know from experience that Eastfield stands up well in comparison to most with its access to the coast and beautiful countryside. However Eastfield suffers from a lack of a centre which would take it from a housing estate to a proper independent  town. It is very important that the newer parts of the town are fully assimilated and we develop a core of retailing and recreation facilities that we can be proud of. Furthermore transport links to neighbouring towns other than Scarborough need development.

The reorganisation of local government currently underway should be seen as an  opportunity to try to create  a local  identity and improve local services so that Eastfield can be a place we can all be proud to say we live in.

 

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phone 07913243591
address 8, High Moor Way, Eastfield