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Stoke-on-Trent City Council elections 2023 Tory to quit ward

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Baddeley, Milton and Norton councillor James Smith wants to stand in Great Chell and Packmoor

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Two serving councillors are set to go head-to-head in a heavyweight political battle when Stoke-on-Trent goes to the polls. James Smith is currently one of the three Tories representing Baddeley, Milton and Norton onStoke-on-Trent City Council.

But he is quitting the ward next year and is instead looking to stand in the two-member Great Chell and Packmoor. Those seats are currently held by Conservative cabinet member Janine Bridges and City Independents leader Ann James.

Mr Smith said: For the last three and a bit years as a councillor, Ive been really proactive in Baddeley, Milton and Norton but I actually live Sandyford / Packmoor way. It has taken a lot of time away from my family and other things.

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Ive been struggling for a few months to carry on with family life and the work of being a councillor so I spoke with councillors Dave Evans and Carl Edwards and they suggested maybe I look closer to home for a different ward.

Packmoor is a great area. Janine Bridges is a really well-known councillor, I dont think theres anyone in Packmoor and Chell who doesnt know Janine.

Milton businesswoman Jenny Taylor - who owns The Teapot - has been added to the the Baddeley, Milton and Norton Facebook page sparking speculation that she could be the new Tory candidate in Mays local elections.

She said: I have joined the Facebook page with Carl and Dave to continue to work on community projects in the area. A lot of residents come into my cafe talking about local issues and concerns and its a good way of feeding back.

Ms Taylor and Mr Evans would not confirm whether Ms Taylor is standing for the Conservative Party in next years elections.

Mr Evans said: Weve always worked very closely with Jenny at The Teapot. Weve brought her onto the Facebook page so she can respond to some of the residents concerns because ultimately theyre going to her cafe to tell her about them.

Shes a really good community champion for Baddeley Green, for Milton, for Norton, for Ball Green and we want to make sure that people have the access to her as they do for us.

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