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Callerton & Throckley

Callerton & Throckley

*** Please note, Ian's surgery at Newburn Parish Hall on Thursday 12 December has had to be cancelled as the venue is being used as a polling station *** 

In the Outer West of Newcastle, Callerton & Throckley Ward comprises Newburn, Walbottle, Throckley, Whorlton, Callerton, Black Callerton, Woolsington and Newcastle Airport.

Walbottle resident Councillor Ian Donaldson is the Newcastle Independents spokesman for Callerton & Throckley.

Ian has lived in Walbottle all his life and his family roots in the ward can be traced back to his great grandfather who was a miner at Callerton Pit. Ian is a manager with Royal Mail and is well known to many people in Throckley from his days as a postman in the area. 

Ian is passionate about doing the best for the area he lives in and, if elected, will campaign for better transport connections, improved facilities for children and young people and tackling anti social behaviour. He is also concerned about ongoing problems at Walbottle tip and also the lack of investment in infrastructure to support the large scale development imposed on the community.

Ian is supporting Adam Mitchell, who is standing as the Newcastle Independents candidate for Callerton and Throckley at the coming local elections. Father of two, Adam, adopted Newcastle as his home 22 years ago when he came here to work.

As a long distance runner and medal winner, he has the get up and go and stamina to deliver real change. He cares passionately for the city and will be a hard working councillor.

 

For more information about our activities in this area, please click here.

Cllr Ian Donaldson's Advice Surgeries

2nd Tuesday of the month:

  • 5.30pm - The Poachers Cottage, Armstrong Street, Callerton, NE5 1NQ
  • 6.15pm - The Grange, Newburn Road, Throckley, NE15 9AF

2nd Thursday each month: 

  • 5.30pm - Percy Arms, Queens Road, Walbottle, NE15 8JB
  • 6.15pm - Newburn Parish Hall, Station Road, Newburn, NE15 8LT (Please note: this surgery will not take place on Thursday 12 December as the Newburn Parish Hall is being used as a polling station)

 

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