Labour Councillor Anne Lee fights to have uneven paving addressed in Kettering town centre

By Anne Lee on March 1, 2017

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Uneven paving in the town centre may well be the County Council's responsibility, but it is worth pointing out which areas need attention.

Councillor Anne Lee has asked for the problem of uneven paving to be looked at during the next Kettering Town Forum meeting in June.

"The uneven paving was drawn to my attention by retailers in the town centre," she explains. "They witness people stumbling or twisting their ankles on the paving. I have noticed it myself when parking my bike in the bicycle racks outside the Newland Centre."

Feel free to contact Anne with your views on which parts of the pedestrianised areas need particular attention, she can be reached by e-mail at or by filling out the form below:

Anne has been an active councillor for 5 years. She represented Pipers Hill on Kettering Borough Council, and now represents Windmill on the new North Northamptonshire Council. She was a school governor at St Edwards Primary School for 8 years and has been a Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator for over 30 years. She has 3 grown-up children and lives in the ward, working as a freelance linguist. She is an impassioned supporter of community hubs, such as the Green Patch and the Grange Resource Centre. With a Master’s in political sciences, and a keen interest in improving the new authority’s communications with residents and businesses, she promises to be an active councillor with a strong voice, and is particularly interested in reducing carbon emissions and in supporting families with children.

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