About Me

Saltburn is a great place both to represent and to live in. As well as being involved in the family business, Real Meals, and helping put on the Farmers’ Market and the Food Festival, I have had an enjoyable but challenging four years as ward councillor for Saltburn. I served as Cabinet Member for Children’s Services and Education on Redcar and Cleveland Council from 2015-19, with statutory responsibility for the safeguarding and welfare of the borough’s 27,000 children and young people.

I have supported the needs of residents in my surgeries, and have helped to make decisions about the development of the foreshore to enhance Saltburn as a great place to visit.
I am also a member of the 53 Society in Saltburn and have performing in several plays, most recently in Sue Pierce’s Drama Festival trilogy and Lend Me a Tenor.

Having been elected for a second term as ward councillor for Saltburn, I am representing and supporting residents for another four years, this time as a happy backbencher, unburdened of the weight of administration!

To all those residents who voted for me in the election, many thanks for your support and encouragement.

Please contact me at Craig.Hannaway@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk.


One thought on “About Me

  1. I have just read your input into the exclusions within our area and wonder if your aware of the children with Sen who are what’s know as school refusers due to anxiety. These children are also left with no education as school doesn’t support them enough with there sen needs. Leaving them with no education at all. Just within Saltburn there is Atleast 4 children including mine who are left and parents are struggling to get them the right education.

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