Kofi and Blake are your local Norbury Park team, working all-year round to challenge the Labour Council and incumbents and represent the good people of Norbury Park. Contact us at NorburyPark@CroydonConservatives.com
Kofi has lived in Croydon for the last 14 years. He was born in Ghana and came to the UK with his older siblings to live with their family who had been here for 6 years. He has attended schools across the borough, including Norbury Manor and Archbishop Tenison’s.
Blake O'Donnell, originally from Ireland, has lived in Croydon since 2015. He lives in Norbury, and ran in the Norbury Park local elections in 2018 placing third. He is a solicitor by profession specialising finance and insolvency - as well as being an exhibited artist!
From 2002 to May 2018 each parliamentary constituency in Croydon was made up of exactly eight wards, all fully contained within it. Shortly after taking control in 2014 Croydon Labour requested a review of the local authority boundaries.
Your local Norbury & Pollard Hill team are working all-year round to challenge the Labour Council and incumbents and represent the good people of Norbury & Pollards Hill. Contact us at Norbury@CroydonConservatives.com
Residents around Northwood Road will be families with Northwood Road Recreation Ground, a small playground in a neighbourhood with many young families. Unfortunately, it has been neglected by Croydon's Labour Council.
The Norbury Conservatives and I have been speaking with residents and local businesses in Norbury Park over the last few months. There have been a number of gang murders and attempted murders in the area using knives, which have deeply upset and disturbed the community.
Another week, another campaign session!
The #Norbury #Conservatives are very eager to continue our mission, and speak to as many residents in Norbury, #Croydon as possible! The weather was bitterly cold, but this did not deter the team!
The Norbury Conservatives have held two public meetings in Norbury recently, the first with the Metropolitan Police borough commander Jeff Boothe, on the 7th December 2017, over 70 local residents attended this public meeting concerning youth crime!