Your Wimbledon Town and Dundonald Team - Cllr Anthony Fairclough, Cllr Paul Kohler and Cllr Simon McGrath
Cllr Simon McGrath
Simon has lived in Wimbledon for the last 26 years and he and his wife Sarah, a retired local GP, have brought up their son, George here. Before he retired Simon worked in Human Resources. Simon is a member of the Planning Committee and the Cemetery Committee and outside his Council work is on the Board of a leading homelessness charity in London, providing housing and support to over 2,000 people each year.
Cllr Paul Kohler
Paul came to politics following an attack in his home, when his life was saved by officers from Wimbledon Police station. He became a councillor in 2018 to fight the Mayor of London’s plans to close the Police station. He won the court case, forcing the Mayor to keep the Station open, but is now campaigning to guarantee its future beyond 2023.
Cllr Anthony Fairclough
Anthony has been a councillor since 2018. He moved to Wimbledon in 2002 and now lives in Merton Hall Road – his 6 year old is at Wimbledon Chase Primary. He worked in legal research and compliance for nearly 20 years, and is now hoping to re-train as a solicitor. He’s been a law centre volunteer and a trade union representative.
- A real say on Wimbledon's skyline - fighting against the 12 storey/50m+ office block
- Wimbledon Police station latest
- Cleaner, safer streets
- More help for renters
- Making stations "step-free"
- Save Wimbledon Park
- Electric Vehicle Charging
- Better town centres
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