Labour in Penkhull and Stoke
Standing up for Penkhull and Stoke Lee Polshaw
Lee Polshaw organises our work in Penkhull and Stoke.
Lee moved to the Potteries in 1995 and has been here ever since. She has lived in Penkhull since 2005. Lee says, “I love the village feel of the area and I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else now”.
Lee is not a politician! She is someone who loves and cares for her community and wants to do her best for her neighbours.
Lee first moved to the area to study Criminology & History at Keele University. After graduating, she worked at Keele for the Development Office organising events for former students. Following that, she worked as a Senior Administrator at Stoke-on-Trent College for several years. Lee then spent six years working at the National Probation Service as a case manager with people serving community sentences to help stop them re-offending.
“Living in the area means I have a real understanding of the things that matter to the local people. I am very proud to live in Penkhull, an area I really love and, as I live here, I want the very best for the area”, Lee said.