Clare Penny-Evans elected in South Heaton by election


South Heaton elects Labour's Clare Penny Evans

On 16 March, residents in South Heaton elected Heaton resident and Labour Party candidate Clare Penny-Evans to represent them on Newcastle City Council.

Clare was elected with 768 votes and now joins John-Paul Stephenson and Denise Jones as a Labour Councillor for South Heaton.

Following the election, Clare thanked all residents for voting.

"Thank you to everyone who voted in the by-election and for those who placed their faith in me. I'm grateful for the support I received and I've really enjoyed speaking to residents throughout the campaign. 

"I now look forward to working alongside John-Paul and Denise to represent all residents across South Heaton".

South Heaton result

Clare Penny-Evans - Labour - 768

Green - 444

Lib Dem - 260

UKIP - 88

Conservative  - 80





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