Eveline Mary Lowe (née Farran) (29 November 1869 - 30 May 1956) was a teacher and Labour Party politician.
Born in Bermondsey, she was the daughter of the Reverend John Farren, a Congregational Minister. Following training as a teacher at Homerton College, she subsequently a lecturer at the college and eventually vice-principal in 1894. In 1903 she married Dr. George Carter Lowe, retiring from her job at Cambridge.
She became active in the Labour movement: she was elected to Bermondsey Board of Guardians and in 1919 she was co-opted as a member of the London County Council education committee. From 1922-46 she represented Bermondsey West on the London County Council.
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