Passionate about housing and education
ALTHOUGH she stepped down as a councillor in the early 1990s, Frances Brady maintained her interest in politics.
In March last year, she attended an exhibition at Hull History Centre charting the story of women councill- ors in Yorkshire.
At the time, she said she entered politics with the aim of helping people.
She said: "I bec- ame a councillor in 1964 and was very passionate about housing and education.
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"I was involved in a lot of demolition work in the Hessle Road area and the slums. I wanted to improve the quality of housing.
"There would often be a family of ten living in a two-bedroom house and lots of outdoor toilets.
"Men on the council in those days didn't realise a woman's attention to detail."