Councillor Maggi Clark

Profile image for Councillor Maggi Clark

Title: Chair, Overview and Scrutiny Management Board

Party: Labour

Political grouping: Labour

Ward: Keppel

Other councillors representing this Ward:

Surgery details

1st Saturday of the month
10.30am - 11.15am
Trinity Church, Sough Hall Road, Thorpe Hesley, S61 2QJ

Contact information

Correspondence address: 
Rotherham Town Hall
Moorgate Street
S60 2TH

Phone:  01709 247471


Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 03/05/1990 - 01/05/2002
  • 04/05/2012 - 05/05/2016
  • 06/05/2016 - 06/05/2021
  • 06/05/2021 -

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

Councillor Maggi Clark was originally elected to the Council in 1990, representing the old Central Ward, serving until 2002 when she stood down for personal reasons. She was invited to stand as a candidate for Keppel Ward and was re-elected in 2012 and again in 2016 and 2021.

She is currently Chair of the Overview and Scrutiny Management Board, a member of the Advisory Licensing Board and Licensing Committee.

Maggi is married with two grown up children and three granddaughters. Having lived in Rotherham all her life she attended Kimberworth Infants and Meadowhall Junior School then Rotherham Girls High School. She worked in the Civil Service and in banking, she studied with the Open University before going to Sheffield City Polytechnic to study for her degree. She is now retired, but worked at the Development Education Centre in Sheffield, and Victim Support Rotherham, she most recently worked for John Healey, Member of Parliament for Wentworth and the Dearne, and Linda McAvan, Member of the European Parliament for Yorkshire and the Humber.

Maggi was Mayor of Rotherham from May 2015 – May 2016, her husband Peter was her Consort.

She has been involved with several community groups over the years and served as a school governor. She is a member of the Management Board of Wortley Hall and of Thorpe Hesley Women’s Institute.

She writes a regular article in Grapevine the parish magazine for Thorpe Hesley and Scholes. In her spare time Maggi loves walking and reading.

“If you live in KimberworthKimberworth Park, Scholes and Thorpe Hesley and would like to get more involved in making a difference to your local area please get in touch. As a councillor I have a small amount of money to assist community groups and projects in Keppel Ward. Please contact me for more details," says Maggi.


Working with you to help build communities that we can all take pride in has always been a priority for the Council.


We value the contributions that people make within their local area, through volunteering and getting involved in decision making, to really make a difference for everyone who lives there. By building on the work we've already done together we can continue to find new ways to meet the challenges facing Rotherham.


Further information regarding the Keppel ward can be found on the Council’s website.