Councillor Christine Beaumont
I was elected a councillor on 5 May 2011.
Prior to being elected to Rotherham Council I was a school teacher, initially in Manchester and since 1984 in several Rotherham schools.
I have experience of teaching in every year group and at a school for young people on the Autism spectrum. I have served as a governor at two schools for more than 25 years.
I have studied at Durham, Bristol & Sheffield Hallam Universities and lived in Maltby since 1980.
I am determined to ensure that all children and young people living in Rotherham are kept as safe as possible and that they receive appropriate education enabling them to become happy and productive members of society.
I have two children and three grandchildren.
Edward Dunn Memorial Hall - first Thursday of the month, 5.30pm to 6.30pm (no surgery on 4 August 2016)
Maltby Service Centre - third Friday of the month, 5.30pm to 6.30pm
No surgeries in August.
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