Here are some details about H&F Labour's candidates for North End. You can find your polling station by putting your post code into this link.
Daryl is Irish and has lived with her husband and three children in the borough for 25 years. She is excited at becoming a first-time grandmother. Daryl has been a North End councillor for the last four years and is standing as a councillor again as she thoroughly enjoys meeting and helping people and wants to continue fighting for local residents.
Daryl teaches at Hammersmith & West London College. She has been actively involved in the Save our Hospitals, Save Earls Court and West Kensington and Gibbs Green campaigns.
Born in Hammersmith, Larry has lived in the borough his whole life. Since 2010, he has worked mentoring students at Phoenix High School, where he also serves as a governor. In summer months you’ll find him volunteering at Shepherds Bush Cricket Club, coaching 5-16 year olds.
Larry says: “I’m appalled Conservative councillors have refused to listen to residents and fight for Charing Cross Hospital. They gleefully approve luxury properties aimed at overseas investors, forcing young professionals and local residents out of our borough. I hope to give residents their voice back on May 22nd”.
Ali Hashem grew up and still lives in North End Ward, where he has campaigned on health, housing, youth and enterprise issues. He is a management consultant and community organiser and leads a voluntary team which won the Faith Forum for London Hope and Peace Prize for pioneering work in social enterprise.
Ali works with charities, social enterprises and NGOs and hopes to use his experience to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the council. He is a keen cyclist and last year cycled from the Netherlands to London, raising over £1,800 for the homeless and disadvantaged.