What have you missed since May 15th?
The big news: Hustings on Tuesday at the Sheriff Centre. Doors open at 7:00, starts at 7:30.
Next up in our election 2017 interviews: the Conservative candidate for H&K, Claire-Louise Leyland.
A man was sentenced for ‘disgusting’ violence on his arrest.
- If you aren’t registered to vote tomorrow (Monday 22) is your final chance!
- And if you want a postal or proxy vote you need to apply by Tuesday 23rd.
- Gina Miller (of the article 50 case) was in H&K with her new group ‘Best for Britain’ offering support (and funding?) for Tulip Siddiq.
- How will the Conservative manifesto impact housing?
- Chris Philp thinks first time buyers need more help (doh!)
- Richard Cotton was elected mayor of Camden. He’s an ex-housing officer, voted against 156.
Local Schools have been asking parents for extra funds – including Smartie tubes filled with coins at Emmanuel.
Have we found Ms Eckert?
The improvement of the Black Path continues. Watch out! It will be closed for a couple of days for resurfacing, first this week then again in June.
Fordwych RA held a small but successful Spring Fair.
It’s Chelsea week and there is a local(ish) Chelsea Fringe event at Fenton House, always worth a revisit.
A local(ish) exhibition on 2WW German refugee art was Guardian exhibition of the week.
If you haven’t seen‘Holocaust by Bullets’ at JW3 do go. It is very moving. And this week there is a talk by Philippe Sands.
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.