Councillors

The Labour team in Whalley Range is led by our three Councillors who represent the ward on Manchester City Council. You can find out more and contact them individually by following the links below.

The Councillors hold regular advice sessions as shown in the calendar, which are as follows:

  • First Sunday of the month 12noon to 1pm at Chorlton Lodge (Alexandra Park), just inside the Claremont Road entrance to the park. Limited parking is available by the park entrance (sat-nav users search for “Smalldale Avenue M16 7JH”). This venue is not easily accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter – if you have restricted mobility, please call one of the councillors beforehand (using the contact details below) so that suitable arrangements can be made.
  • Second and fourth Monday of the month – with the exception of bank holidays – 5pm to 6pm at the Range Medical Centre, 121 Withington Road, Manchester M16 8EE. Please tell the receptionist that you’d like to speak to your ward councillor. Limited parking is usually available on nearby side streets.
  • Third Monday of the month – with the exception of bank holidays – 6.30pm to 7.30pm at Manley Park Play Centre, York Avenue, Manchester M16 0AS. Limited parking is usually available on York Avenue.

You can contact the councillors directly using the information on the individual pages below.

Angeliki Stogia

“I am very proud to be a Labour Councillor for Whalley Range ward. I have had the privilege to serve our vibrant and diverse community since 2012. I’m originally from Greece, but chose to make Manchester my home over twenty years ago (and I’m now a naturalised British citizen). I was just one among many […]

Mary Watson

“I was born in 1949 in the West Midlands and finished my education at Hull University in 1970. In 1974 I qualified as a Psychiatric Social Worker and went to work in Manchester City Council Social Services at the Moss Side Office. In the mid-70s I helped to launch the second women’s aid refuge in […]

Aftab Razaq

“I want to make a difference…” That is what I said when introducing myself at the meeting of our branch in 2010 when I was first selected as a candidate for Labour Councillor for Whalley Range. In Manchester we have largely a multicultural society. I have a Pakistani heritage but have long lived in Whalley […]