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Carrie Cook

Cllr Carrie Cook attended John Batty then Rye Hills and is currently bringing up her own two daughter’s in Redcar

Carrie worked in the care industry for several years before returning to education and completing her Law degree in 2012, going on to completing her Masters Degree in 2015.

Carrie was a volunteer for the Citizens Advice Bureau and was elected as a Labour councillor in 2019. She is passionate about supporting her local residents and improving the lives of people in Redcar & Cleveland

Gladwyn Butler Jones

Gladwyn is a chartered certified accountant and gained his accountancy qualifications whilst working for Arcadia Group Limited in Leeds. He now lives and works in Saltburn as an AAT Distance Learning tutor helping aspiring accountants to gain valuable skills and knowledge to further their career in the field of accountancy.

Gladwyn started volunteering for TEES September 2020 after reading about the valuable work we do in the local communities supporting over 10,000 people a year living in crisis. He has become a valued and active member of the team TEES family, and is privileged to be asked onto the board to support our future development.

He has found a new passion in cooking and often cooks lunch for all members of TEES Community Hub. He can be found walking his 6 Pomeranian dogs every day on Saltburn beach.

Ken Hutley

Ken was born and raised in Middlesbrough and started working from an early age of 15 years as an apprentice at Richardson’s family jewellers in Middlesbrough. In 1960, He moved with his parents to Saltburn. Then in 1972, he opened his first Goldsmith’s business in the Cleveland Centre in Middlesbrough town centre before transferring the business to the City of York where he made bespoke gold jewellery for clients around the UK and abroad, mainly in the USA.

He is now happily retired and lives in Saltburn.