Postal votes in this month’s City of London elections have started arriving with electors and we encourage them to use all ten votes to support the united and diverse Temple and Farringdon Together team:
George Abrahams CC – Managing Director of George Abrahams Limited, Councillor since 2000
John Absalom CC – retired Chairman of Absalom & Tribe Limited, Councillor since 1994
Caroline Addy – Barrister specialising in media, defamation, privacy, and harassment at One Brick Court
Greg Lawrence CC – Managing Director of G Lawrence Wholesale Meat Co Ltd, Chairman of the Smithfield Market Tenants Association, Councillor since 1994
Edward Lord OBE CC – Non-Executive Director and Consultant, Councillor since 2001, Deputy Chairman of the Establishment Committee, Magistrate, City Resident
Paul Martinelli CC – Managing Director of P J Martinelli Limited, Councillor since 2013
Wendy Mead OBE CC – Chairman of the Save Bart’s Campaign, Councillor since 1997, Chairman of the Port Health and Environmental Services Committee, Chief Commoner Elect 2017-2018
Ruby Sayed – Barrister specialising in child and family law at One Pump Court, Entrepreneurial Investor, Chairperson of the Asian Women’s Resource Centre
Oliver Sells QC – Barrister specialising in complex crime at 5 Paper Buildings; Bencher of Inner Temple, Temple Resident, Crown Court Recorder
William Upton – Barrister specialising in planing, environmental, and local government law at 6 Pump Court, former chair of Planning Aid London
All of whom can be identified on the ballot paper by the description “Temple and Farringdon Together“.
The 864 postal voters in Farringdon Without have until Thursday 23rd March to get their ballot paper completed and returned to the Electoral Services Office at Guildhall. They can also be hand delivered to either polling station before polls close at 8:00 pm on March 23rd.