Holborn & Covent Garden
Holborn & Covent Garden ward has three Labour councillors:
Cllr Julian Fulbrook
Julian Fulbrook is a Councillor for Holborn and Covent Garden, and currently the Cabinet member for Housing on Camden Council. First elected for Holborn in 1978, the ward he lives and works in, he has held numerous posts such as Mayor of Camden, Chair of Housing, Chair of Education and Chair of Social Services. Currently the Chair of governors at St Joseph’s Primary school, he has been a governor at a range of primary, secondary and special schools in Camden, and raising educational achievement in Camden remains a key interest, particularly the long-running campaign for a secondary school south of the Euston Road.
Julian was formerly the Dean of Graduate Studies at the London School of Economics, and a barrister specialising in personal injuries litigation. In his spare time he runs the Scouts and Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme at Coram’s Fields, where he is a Custodian Trustee. Married and with three grown up children, Julian is passionate about a return to ‘caring Camden’.
Cllr Awale Olad
Awale Olad is a local lad who lives in Holborn and went to William Ellis Secondary School. He currently coaches a local youth football team and gives up all of his spare time for charity work, campaigning for youth services, housing and education. Awale recently led a charity that champions the youth and enjoys serving as a Governor at a local Primary School.
Awale played an instrumental role in reforming the Brooke’s Court Tenants and Residents Association in Holborn and was immediately elected as the Secretary. He has helped improve the standard of cleaning in Baldwin’s Gardens, Brooke’s Market and Brooke’s Court and campaigned for better monitoring of littering in the area.
Awale also serves on the Safer Neighbourhood Panel that looks at ways of reducing crime in the area whilst campaigning hard for more facilities for local kids and people to use. An avid football player and fan, Awale recently represented Camden Labour in a charity football match for Bangladeshi disaster relief against the Camden New Journal, which was closely fought and ended 9-9. Each goal raised money for Bangladesh.
Tel: 020 7974 1411
Cllr Sue Vincent
Sue Vincent is a representative on the management bodies of the Mary Ward Adult Education Centre, the Local Authorities Action for Southern Africa, Dragon Hall Community Centre Trust and Seven Dials Housing Co-operative.
Tel: 020 7974 1411
Mobile: 07795 306779
Last Friday of each month
17 Stukeley Street
off Drury Lane
1st/3rd Friday of each month
Bedford House Community Centre
35 Emerald Street
off Lamb’s Conduit Street