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Can you help Linda Chung win one of the prettiest wards in London?

August 28, 2008 9:33 AM
Linda Chung

Linda Chung: Liberal Democrat by-election candidate for Hampstead Town ward on Camden Council

Chinese Liberal Democrats Chair Linda Chung has been selected as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Hampstead Town ward on Camden Council. A by-election for the ward, caused by the resignation of a Tory Councillors, will be held on Thursday 25th September.

Linda has a strong local record, and would welcome support to help her win one of the prettiest wards in London from the Conservatives.

  • Linda has lived in Hampstead for over 30 years and knows the local issues that matter to residents.
  • She founded NW3 Hampstead, the local organisation for traders and businesses.

Linda has a track record of pushing for better and fairer local parking arrangements - she opposed Labour's unnecessary clamping regime.

  • She was part of the delegation which presented the petition to save Hampstead Police Station to Sir Ian Blair and the Metropolitan Police Authority.
  • Linda has lead the team organising the successful Christmas Lights celebrations in Hampstead.

Campaign Manager Ed Fordham says:

"Linda deserves to win, is a real community champion in Hampstead & South End Green. Camden and London will be better if we get Linda elected on Thursday 25th September."

"Any member that can do so, please do spare the time to come and help with canvassing, delivery or clerical work. Either Hampstead or Belsize Park stations on the Northern Line or Hampstead Heath on the Overground North London Line are nearby."

The Hampstead and Kilburn Office (Tel: 020 7625 6300) is at 5 Drakes Courtyard, 291 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7JR and has a constant supply of clerical work and tea and coffee.

Further details can be obtained from Ed Fordham on 07974 950 512.