January 2017 newsletter
The year ended with celebrations, school festivities, carol concerts, and community events in the constituency, which were all great fun, and important to bring us all together. I also enjoyed the Kensington and Chelsea Chamber of Commerce Christmas lunch and it is great to see so many local businesses in our community.
I went out “on the beat” with the local police, as local policing is often threatened by cuts from the GLA and we have some dedicated officers who have built up years of experience on our streets.
The Red Arrows pilots on stage with the Mayor of Bromley, Julian Bennington and the Deputy Mayor of London, Victoria Borwick during presentations to mark their 50th Anniversary.
Our Healthy Schools London programme aims to help children be healthy and happy. Victoria Borwick AM, Deputy Mayor of London explains more.
Deputy Mayor of London Victoria Borwick heads campaign to raise awareness of health volunteering
Victoria Borwick Adressed the crowds at Trafalgar Square before the celebrations started for the Chinese new Year on Sunday 2nd February
At a meeting of the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee on the 29th January the Mayor put forward the case for the deployment of Water Cannon on the streets of London.