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Search Aspect (NORMA HUTCHINSON )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]Chapeltown Road, memorial to Norma Hutchinson (Chapeltown)
Chapeltown Road, memorial to Norma Hutchinson5th March 2007. View of Chapeltown Road looking south, showing in the foreground a memorial plaque and bench to Norma Hutchinson, councillor for the Chapel Allerton Ward of Leeds City Council from 1991 - 2004, the first Jamaican to be elected to the council. The memorial was erected by Councillors Dowson, Hamilton and Rafique in 2006.
[2]Chapeltown Road, memorial to Norma Hutchinson (Chapeltown)
Chapeltown Road, memorial to Norma Hutchinson5th March 2007. View of a memorial plaque and bench dedicated to Norma Hutchinson, situated on Chapeltown Road outside Chapeltown Library. Norma Hutchinson was a councillor for Chapel Allerton Ward from 1991 to 2004, representing the Labour Party and being the first Jamaican to be elected to Leeds City Council.
[3]Chapeltown Road, memorial to Norma Hutchinson (Chapeltown)
Chapeltown Road, memorial to Norma Hutchinson5th March 2007. View of a memorial plaque to Councillor Norma Hutchinson, situated on Chapeltown Road outside Chapeltown Library. The plaque reads : "In Memory of Norma Hutchinson, Councillor for this Community 1991-2004, 'her smile opened many a door', RIP, Cllrs. Dowson, Hamilton and Rafique, Chapel Allerton Ward 2006". Cllr. Hutchinson, who died in Februrary 2004, was the first Jamaican to serve on Leeds City Council.