Low Fell

Your Low Fell Ward Lib Dem Team

Councillor Susan Craig

About Susan

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Councillor Daniel Duggan

About Daniel

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Councillor Ron Beadle

About Ron

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Ward Surgery:

Third Tuesday of every month (except August), 6-7pm at Kells Lane Primary School

We believe good politics is about building communities and bringing people together. 


That's why we campaign with residents on issues which matter to them, such as cleaner streets, traffic safety and pre-school provision. We help our community develop events to bring business, schools and people of all ages together, such as the Christmas Lights switch on and the Remembrance Day Service.

Across Gateshead the Liberal Democrats are dedicated to working towards a Council which is greener, genuinely listens to its communities, and embraces the twenty first century by using technology to improve people’s lives.

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Low Fell Focus Blog:


Let Us Know Your Views:

Local business owners and residents have told us that they feel the car parking charges at Cross Keys Lane car park and Lowrey’s Lane car park are bad for our local shops and businesses. Parents who send their children to Kells Lane School have also told us that the first 20 minutes free car parking at Lowrey’s Lane car park sometimes isn’t enough time when picking up or dropping off their children. 

We are now seeking your views on how to improve the public car parking in Low Fell and we are asking residents to complete our survey below. Low Fell Councillor Daniel Duggan said “Having a vibrant shopping area is so important for Low Fell and we need the Council to do everything it can to help support local businesses. This survey will help us when we have discussions with Council officers so please do take a few minutes to complete it”.

Please answer this short survey CLICK HERE 


Would you like to volunteer?

Kells Lane Park is a fantastic asset for our community and we believe everyone benefits from well cared for, open play and recreation areas such as this. Would you like to help form and be part of a Friends of Kells Lane Park group, with the aim of working with residents to find out how the park can be improved and help care for it for everyone in Low Fell.

If you have some time to spare and would like to join please contact Low Fell Councillor Daniel Duggan at [email protected]

Something to Look Forward to Next Spring:

Low Fell Volunteer Gardeners recently worked with the Rotary Club and pupils from Kells Lane School to plant crocus bulbs at the island on Beaconsfield Avenue in aid of World Polio Day.



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