Julie Redmond visits The London Irish Centre
Julie Redmond (Conservative candidate for Barnet & Camden) held a meeting with CEO Seamus Mac Cormaic at the London Irish Centre on Camden Square was truly an engaging experience. The Centre has been a pillar of support for the Irish community since its establishment in 1954 and is a testament to the strong bond that is shared between the local Irish community and the city that it has made its home.
Aside from preserving and celebrating Irish culture and heritage the Centre offers a range of community services, including legal advocacy services, hardship grants and digital inclusion programs. The O Donovan library, Dinner Ladies café, and the Irish shop (stocked with a wonderful selection of Irish produce, including my personal favourites, Barry's teabags) add to the Centre's welcoming atmosphere.
The next Greater London Authority elections will be held on May 2nd 2024, when London elects a new Major and a London Assembly. We have selected Julie Redmond as our candidate to fight the Barnet & Camden seat on the Greater London Authority. Working for the last few years in politics and helping local residents groups she is passionate about helping our community. You can read more about her here