Fulwood Ward

Fulwood ward is in the South West of Sheffield and contains Fulwood, Hallam, Hallam Moor, Lodge Moor, Nether Green, and Ranmoor.

Local Councillors

Fulwood has three Lib Dem councillors. Learn more about them below:

Name: Cllr Andrew Sangar

Years as councillor: 21                     Term Ends: May 2015

Bio: Andrew has over twenty years experience as a local councillor for Fulwood. He has fought to protect the Green Belt, improve parks in the Porter Valley and improve local bus services. Andrew has also supported the refurbishment of the Shepherd Wheel in Whiteley Woods. From 1999-2002, he was the Council’s Cabinet Member for performance, helping to clear up the mess of the previous Labour administration. From 2008-10, he was Cabinet Member for Children’s services and oversaw record improvements in the city’s GCSE and KS2 results. He has also been Cabinet Member for the Environment and now serves as Chair of the South West Community Assembly. In his free time, Andrew enjoys walks in the peak district, taking in the theatre and takes a gain interest in local history.

Tel: 0114 230 8634               E-mail: andrew.sangar@sheffield.gov.uk

Surgeries: Please contact Andrew on the above number to arrange a mutually convenient meeting in an appropriate location. Andrew aims to see people within a couple of days.


Name: Cllr Sue Alston

Years as councillor: Maiden Year                     Term Ends: May 2016


Tel: 0758 136 4213              E-mail: sue.aslton@sheffield.gov.uk

Surgeries: Please contact Sue on the above number to arrange a mutually convenient meeting in an appropriate location. Sue aims to see people within a couple of days.


Name: Cllr Janice Sidebottom

Please note that Cllr Janice Sidebottom has passed away. If you wish to speak to your local councillor, please contact Cllr Andrew Sangar or Cllr Sue Alston.

Years as councillor: 13

Bio: Janice Sidebottom was first elected as a city councillor in 1999 and has continued to serve her local area for the following twelve years. Janice has taken a keen interest in planning issues. She has a degree in town planning and was until this year Chair of one of the Council’s Planning Boards. She lives locally in Nether Green and her interests include archaeology and British history. She is also a member of Friends of Porter Valley and Ranmoor Society. She has campaigned for the improvement of local parks and has successfully blocked building on conservation areas in Fulwood. She has also prioritised road safety measures, ensured pedestrian lights were installed on local crossings and secured a zebra crossing between Bingham and Endcliffe Parks.