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Alison Hancock

Alison Hancock works internationally as a freelance telecoms consultant focussing on mobile spectrum valuations and spectrum auction strategy.  Alison has lived in Hammersmith for the last 16 years with her Dutch husband. Like many she joined the party after the referendum vote, keen to promote liberal values in an increasingly divided society. At a local level she will campaign on environmental issues, housing and promotion of digital innovations such as Smart cities.  Alison is a keen cyclist, having recently cycled from London to Southern Italy.

 

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Irina von Wiese

Irina von Wiese is a German and soon to be UK citizen who has lived and worked in London for over twenty years. For the past five years, she has been a resident of Ravenscourt Park and more recently a member of the Brackenbury Residents Association.

A qualified lawyer, Irina has extensive work experience both in private practice and in various public and international organisations, including the EU Commission and German foreign office. Irina is passionate about human rights and has volunteered for a number of charities including Refugees at Home and the NNLS Refugee Drop-In Centre in East Finchley. She has a 13 year old daughter and enjoys painting and street photography.

 

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Henrietta Bewley

A second generation Londoner, Henrietta went to school in Hammersmith and has lived in the borough for 30 years. After studying geology she worked as a computer programmer and business analyst for British Airways. She then became an opera singer and sang in the extra chorus at Covent Garden. She is now studying collaborative vocal improvisation and is a keen cyclist and Tango dancer.

 

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Justin Kandiah

Justin Kandiah is a 42 year old businessman and entrepreneur with experience from within the interiors and textiles industry. He has lived in Philpot Square, Fulham for just over 5 years after growing up in North London. Justin only recently joined the Lib Dems in 2017  after becoming disenchanted with the post Brexit outlook for local and national politics in Britain although he has been a supporter since University. He has strong sense of family values and has 4 Godsons, 4 grown-up stepchildren and 2 grandchildren with his Husband who he met in 2000. Justin would like to support and enable residents to have more responsibility and ownership of their local community and create a better outlook for the current and future generations. 

 

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Ray Burnett

Ray Burnet is involved with many local charities, raising substantial funds for Maggie's at Charing Cross Hospital, local homeless, and the Shooting Star care for terminally ill children. Ray joined the Liberal Democrats after last year's referendum. "On local issues, it is clear to me that the ward is not being looked after by the Labour controlled Borough in terms of broken promises to its elderly. Labour have not replaced the Sands End Community Centre which was sold off to private developers. The nearest Police Station is now in Hammersmith, after Fulham Police Station has been handed over to a Free School! Free crèche facilities have been lost too. I will fight on behalf of the ward’s residents to reverse this disgraceful state of affairs and to make the area safer and more fun, building on initiatives like the new beach in place of the smelly, noisy car auction." 

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