Cllr Hamish Adourian
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Born in Scotland, I have lived in London all my adult life. I started my career as a software engineer in the financial industry, now working as senior sales consultant for a financial IT company, also participating in marketing and recruitment. I am also an amateur writer of children's fiction, and have run author events at libraries and schools, as well as working with charities to help children with writing and storytelling skills. I am a governor at a local school, and ward panel representative on the Safer Neighbourhoods Board. My aim is to ensure Earl’s Court remains a good place to live, and to tackle anti-social behaviour, environmental problems, housing provision, and planning and transport issues. It is important we have a Council that responds to residents’ concerns, and reflects our priorities. In my spare time, I enjoy reading and travelling, and also speak Italian and Spanish.
Cllr Malcom Spalding 1948-2022
It is with great sadness that we write to inform you of the passing of Cllr Malcolm Spalding on 11th March. Malcolm represented Earl’s Court with great pride and was often referred to as Mr Earl’s Court by those who knew him well. As well as representing us at the Council, he was also the proud chair of the Earl’s Court Society, which brought together the interests of all residents’ associations in the area. Our community has not only lost a kind and generous man, but its finest standard bearer and champion. His loss will be felt across the Borough and beyond.