Councillor Sheila Peacock

Party: Labour

Ward: South Tottenham

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Surgery details

Councillor Sheila Peacock won’t be holding her regular advice surgery on Wednesday, 16th August 2023. For South Tottenham ward matters please contact Cllrs Makbule Gunes or Cllr Charles Adje. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

3rd Wednesday of the month
Crowland Road Primary School
Crowland Road
London N15 6UX

Contact information

Correspondence address: 
River Park House
225 High Road
Wood Green
N22 8HQ


Mobile:  07791 018 106

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Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 05/05/1994 -
  • 07/05/2018 - 09/05/2022
  • 09/05/2022 -

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

I am involved in many activities in the Community, these include:

  • Chair of the Tottenham & Wood Green Pensioners Action Group
  • Executive member and Founder member of the Haringey Forum for Older People.
  • The Older Peoples Champion.
  • Vice Chair of Governors of the Pembury Children’s Centre

 (formerly Pembury Nursery)

  • Chair of the Local Planning Group of the Park Lane Children’s Centre
  • Governor of St Pauls and All Hallows Primary School.
  • Vice Chair of Tottenham District Charity
  • Founder member of what is now North London’s biggest event of Tottenham Festival and Carnival
  • Chair of Sheltered Housing in Bloom / Chair of the Supported Housing Forum
  • Member of Friends of Bruce Castle, Friends of Livry Gargan

(Town Twinning)

  • Friends of Pendarren (Haringey’s Outward Bound Centre for Haringey Children).
  • Member of regeneration committee Transforming Tottenham.
  • Vice Chair of  the Haringey Irish Centre Committee
  • Executive member of the London Mayor’s Association.


I was an active member of the Haringey NUT, and became President in 1978. I became a member of the Head Teachers Union in 1986. On my retirement in 1993 I was asked to join UNISON retired members.


I represented Park Ward 1994-2002 then when the ward changed to Northumberland Park I represent it from 2002 to now.  I have been Mayor four times, first in 1998/9 and then 2004/5, 2013/14 and now 2019/20.


My top priority as a Councillor is now and has always been, to work hard to ensure that future generations will be proud to live in Haringey.

I do my best at all levels to try to achieve this aim. What ever committee I serve on my sole reason for being there, is to raise the standard of living for the residents and children of the Borough.


When I was first elected in 1994, on joining the Council I was elected as Deputy Leader by the then Labour Group as they wished to draw on my knowledge of working with the community, as a teacher and then a Head Teacher.


I have served the Council in various positions, I have been Vice Chair of Social Services,  Vice Chair of Housing and then for a period of four years I was Chair of Licensing.  In 2006 I was elected as Chair of Planning. I was Mayor in 1998/9 and again in 2004/5.


I try to work continuously with all residents, not just at election times and I represent people from many different cultures and races; I try hard to help everyone equally regardless of who they are.