Monthly Archives: December 2016

Fed up of choking on London’s air – write to Sadiq Khan

Hi Everyone,

Air pollution is causing a health crisis in London – over 9,000 Londoners die early per year because of the toxic air we breathe. The Mayor’s office are making plans to fix this, and they have just launched a consultation to get feedback.

I have just taken part in the consultation with Greenpeace, and it only took two minutes. In short, the consultation proposes that measures are put in place to get the most polluting vehicles off the roads.

The consultation ends on 18th December. Could you spare two minutes to add your comments to increase pressure on the Mayor’s office to clean up London’s toxic air?

I am fed up choking on London’s air. Please find two minutes to add your voice to this campaign.



Mist and a pall of pollution over London as seen from Parliament Hill

Mist and a pall of pollution over London as seen from Parliament Hill

Waterlow Park Public Meeting Wed 7th December

Please join us at the newly refurbished Lauderdale House to celebrate the start of the Christmas season, discover what the Waterlow Park Trust Advisory Group does and find out how you can get involved with developing the Park.  Seven groups, including the Friends of Waterlow Park, Camden Parks Department, Lauderdale House and The Conservation Volunteers will be present.   Refreshments,  decorations and presents for Christmas will be on sale.

Eileen Willmott