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Paramjit Anand

Paramjit has lived in Northolt with his wife and two children for over 30 years. He had his own business where he was a sub postmaster and now is a Governor at a Primary school. If you elect Paramjit as one of your three local Councillors, he will work tirelessly to ensure that the council serves you in a way he would expect for his own family. / 07956 499 222


Councillor Eileen Harris

Councillor Eileen Harris has been your local Councillor for 10 years now and has lived in the area for forty year, working with her husband as a mobile greengrocer before retiring. Schools have been her main interest. Eileen has served as a governor on four schools, including Greenford High School. Eileen is also on the management committee of Telford Lodge Care and is chair of Ealings Duke of Edinburgh Awards Committee. Eileen is always available for residents and will continue to be so if you re-elect her on May 22nd. / 0208 578 9839

Diana Salisbury

Diana has lived in Northolt since 1971. She is married with two sons.  She previously worked locally for 11 years at the Islip Manor Surgery and currently works for the NHS in Ealing.
Diana is interested in helping residents to obtain the best possible services from the Council for themselves and their families, if she is elected to represent you as a Councillor on 22nd May. / 07941 156 542

Northolt Mandeville Ward

In 2006-2010 the previous Conservative Council cleaned up Northolt and resurfaced your roads after years of Labour neglect. We will prioritise resurfacing roads in your neighbourhood again

Conservatives will clean up Northolt again, abolish Labour’s £40 garden tax and reinstate a weekly collection service

Local Conservative Councillors have worked hard to get HS2 tunnelled through Northolt.

The previous Conservatives Council built the Northolt Leisure Centre; bought the land for the William Perkin CofE High School; modernised Northolt Library and opened another library in the Leisure Centre.

Drinking on the street and in the parks of Northolt is anti-social.  Conservatives will get rid of the street drinking culture.

Northolt residents can trust the Conservatives to deliver for Northolt. 


Candidates For Northolt Mandeville







21st May 2014