Archive for Month: May 2018

  • Eventful Day as a Councillor

    My colleagues from Endlebury and I were invited to the opening of the Greene Man Pub yesterday, following on from its refurbishment. I must say it is a massive change from the dark colours and musty scent associated with the place previously. Now bright and airy, the staff are incredibly friendly and the food tastes really fresh.…

  • Married Three Years…. About Me and My Love of London

    Married 3 years today… I am the luckiest girl on the planet although I am sure Meghan Markle might have something to say about that!  I could not ask for more in a husband, partner and friend. Our Civil wedding  was at number 10 – not Downing Street but I thought that was pretty ironic! We got married in…

  • Have Your Say… Parking Consultation

    Parking Consultation ***Have your Say*** Please note I questioned the double yellow lines on Inks Green. The Officer has advised me that the double yellow lines have been proposed as a result of the refuse trucks getting stuck. Please email your comments to highways.admin@walthamforest.gov.uk parking.services@walthamforest.gov.uk Please copy us in so we can ensure your collective…

  • My First Weekend as Councillor

    So May 12 and 13 were fun packed. Saturday started with an Association Team meeting, which I attended as the Conservative, Chingford and Woodford Green, Social Media Lead. Lucky for us the meeting was followed by team lunch at the Front Room, Station Road, Chingford.  True to form, I ate ham, eggs and chips…with Prosecco if…

  • Gang Violence in Waltham Forest

    There were two stabbings in my ward Larkswood and another in Higham Hill last weekend. It really saddens me that knife crime is an element of youth culture today.  We had much less when we were growing up and as one resident on Social Media put it All I had when i was a kid…

  • The Journey Begins

    I was elected on 3 May 2018 along with my colleagues Councillor John Moss and Councillor Catherine Saumarez The moment we were elected We had worked so hard canvassing every week, delivering literature informing residents of the progress we were making, we walked through snow and in the rain and it had paid off, we…