STOKE CITY Supporters Council have welcomed two more members onto the representative body following the outcome of recent elections.
Marie Mansell becomes the disability representative as one of the successful candidates in the Specialist Seat poll, while Richard Lowe will represent the Q-railing Upper Tier on the Supporters Council in the forthcoming season.
This completes the election process which has been conducted over the past few weeks for both General Seats and Specialist Seats.
Marie, a permanent wheelchair user who is a qualified teacher and disabled advisor, will take her place in the disabled category, while Richard now occupies a Specialist Seat after serving in a General Seat for the first twelve months.
The Supporters Council, which provides fans with a platform on which they can raise issues with senior representatives of the Club at regular meetings, would like to thank all those supporters who have taken part in the elections.
The Supporters Council
Malcolm Clarke (Chairman), Angela Smith (Vice Chairman), Julia Milton, Richard Bestwick
Rob Doe, Tracey Van De Laarschot, Terry Crowe, Gareth Ekin
Regina Colclough – Family Area
Mark Mills – Boothen End
David Harper – Novus Stand (other than Family Area)
Wayne Harrison – Marston’s Pedigree Stand
Ed Hyde – Under-18
Marie Mansell – Registered Disabled Supporter
Richard Lowe – Q-railing Upper Tier
Alan Clarke – Q –railing Lower Tier
Seat Vacancies – Under-18 in the Family Area, Corporate Member
Representatives from individual supporter branches
Julia Zuk – Southern
Runar Kvernen – Norway
Brian Shaw – Stoke
John Slaney – Knypersley and Biddulph