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Out with local councillors and Baroness Brinton in Sutton

Caroline went out campaigning with Baroness Brinton in Sutton. They met with local Liberal Democrat councillors Paul Wingfield and Arthur Hookway, who both represent Worcester Park ward, and spoke to many local residents about the upcoming Mayoral and London Assembly elections.

They had a great response on the doorstep, especially to Caroline’s plans to increase police numbers in London by 3000.

Meeting the Chief Rabbi and campaigning in Hendon

Caroline visited Hendon in Barnet with the Liberal Democrat London Assembly candidate Zack Polanski and local activists. They went out to talk to local residents and commuters about the Half Price fares before Half Past 7 campaign, which proved to be very popular.

Caroline and Zack then met with local Hackney Liberal Democrat Councillor Ian Sharer, who took them to meet with Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, where they discussed tackling the important issue of hate crime in London, school places and a range of other local issues.

Caroline said: “It was a real honour to meet with the Chief Rabbi in Hendon and we thank him for his time. He had insightful views on how to tackle hate crime, an issue that needs addressing in London.”

Out campaigning in Enfield

Caroline went out campaigning in Enfield with the Lib Dem team, including local resident and Lib Dem campaigner Paul Smith. They talked to many local residents about the popular Half Price Fares before Half Past 7 campaign, along with other issues and received a warm reception on the doorstep.

Talking to local business owners in Tower Hamlets

Caroline met with the Liberal Democrat London Assembly candidate for the City and East constituency Elaine Bagshaw to go out door knocking in Tower Hamlets.

They were joined by special guest Dave Hodgson, the Mayor of Bedford, and spoke to many local residents and small business owners in the Chrisp Street Market area about the upcoming London Mayoral elections.

Talking to the residents of Bayswater

Caroline met with the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Candidate Annabel Mullin for the West Central constituency and her local campaign team in Bayswater. Annabel is a busy mum to two young children and she brought them along to campaign in a cargo bike!

Campaigning in Kensington with local candidate Annabel Mullin

Caroline had a great session campaigning with local Liberal Democrat London Assembly Candidate Annabel Mullin and her local campaign team. Annabel gave birth five weeks ago and the baby came out campaigning too!

Visiting my old Southwark council ward

Caroline visited her old ward of Newington in Southwark, and was joined by a group of Southwark Lib Dem campaigners to speak to local residents about the upcoming Mayoral elections.

Caroline said, “I love returning to my old ward in Southwark where I was a councillor for 12 years to speak to the local residents. It was great to see so many friendly faces and we received a very positive response to our London Mayoral policies.”

Door knocking in Greenwich and meeting local campaign groups

Caroline went door knocking in Plumstead, Greenwich with local Lib Dem campaigners and spoke about a range of local issues. Caroline then went on to meet with the No to Silvertown Tunnel campaign group to discuss their concerns about the scheme, and the health effects to locals of having a greater volume of traffic in the local area.

Out campaigning in Islington with Terry Stacey

Caroline Pidgeon went out campaigning in Islington with the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Candidate for the North East constituency, Terry Stacey. They campaigned on Caroline’s Half Price Fares before Half Past Seven and to save the 277 bus route from being cut before it reaches Highbury and Islington – a policy which local residents do not want.

Discussing the EU referendum with local people in Bromley

Caroline Pidgeon spent the afternoon in Bromley with the local Liberal Democrat candidate for the London Assembly Bromley and Bexley constituency, Julie Ireland. They met with residents to discuss local issues, then went on to meet the Britain Stronger In Europe cross-party campaigners to lend their support.

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