Labour Candidate for Davyhulme West, Sue Maitland

Sue has lived in Davyhulme West since 1995. She lives with her husband Nigel, a professional photographer. Sue has two adult children and five grandchildren.

Sue retired in 2011, before which she worked as a district officer for Children Services in Manchester. Sue’s role overall was focussing on quality provision and improving outcomes, working in partnership with families and multi-agency teams including the private, voluntary and independent sectors.

Since retiring she has undertaken many voluntary roles including the delivery and development of a Stay and Play provision for adults and children, training as a Cyril Flint Befriender, supporting activities at DeBrook Lodge and more recently volunteering at the vaccination centres across Trafford.

Qualifications:

N.N.E.B. – Nursery Nursing Examination Board

Institute of Leadership and Management, level 3 Certificate in First Line Management

UK Mediation, Mediation Practitioners Certificate

Post Graduate Certificate – National Professional Qualification in Integrated Centre Leadership

Sue has supported Labour all her adult life.

Sue is currently the candidate for Davyhulme West ward. She remains enthusiastic about working with families and children to realise their potential, is passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of people in all age groups and is determined to ensure the maintenance and development of the wonderful green spaces of the area working closely with others across M41.

Sue endeavours to be a strong voice for local public services working hard alongside Kate Green MP, Cllr Graham Whitham and Cllr Karina Carter in the best interests of local residents.