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Conservative represenatives for Walpole Ward
The Walpole Ward is represented by the hardworking team of Cllrs Ann Chapman, John Cowing and Ashok Kapoor. They were part of the previous Conservative Administration, which cleaned up Ealing and resurfaced your roads after years of Labour neglect.
That same Conservatives Administration commissioned the Westside Young People’s Centre; refurbished Ealing Central Library; refurbished West Ealing library; campaigned with residents to save the other libraries; created the Heritage Quarter; started the Pitzhanger Manor and Walpole Park projects.
Ann, John and Ashok are keen to prioritise resurfacing roads in the neighbourhood again and welcome the Conservative pledge to abolish Labour’s £40 garden tax and bring back a weekly collection service.
They also welcome the commitment to get rid of the street drinking culture especially as it is a problem in the local parks.
They look forward to continuing to deliver for Walpole residents.
Councillor Ann Chapman has represented Walpole ward since 2006. She lives in the ward with her husband. Ann’s approach is to be visible and hands-on, making things happen wherever possible. Over the past eight years, she has continued to support residents in their individual dealings with the Council and has actively championed residents’ views on wider issues including fighting proposed library closures, encouraging development of cultural facilities in central Ealing, supporting regeneration in West Ealing and the redevelopment of Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor House. Ann keeps a close eye on Walpole and Lammas parks.
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Councillor John Cowing has lived in Ealing for over 30 years and has been a Walpole Councillor since 2006. He is passionate about supporting local business and reviving the local economy. He has worked energetically with residents and traders to reclaim Dean Gardens for the community and employed his business skills to help organise the successful West Ealing SoundBite Festival and the Dean Gardens Christmas Festival. John is a supporter of a number of charities and completed a 62½ mile walk in 24 hours in support of Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust.
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Councillor Ashok Kapoor has lived in Ealing for 20 years with his wife and three children. He has been a Councillor for Walpole ward since 2006. He is a vice chair of the British Indian Councillor Association, Chairman of the International Hindi Society UK and was previously a governor at St. Mark’s Primary School. Ashok’s work life was in running retail and wholesale businesses in central London. His main local interest is safety. He wants to see the Council work more closely with the police to get rid of street drinking.
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Nominees for Election in Walpole on May 22nd 2014
Ward Results in Walpole Ward for Local Election May 2010
May 19th 2014