Today is election day - your chance to determine who runs Lambeth Council for the next four years. The polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm.
Please note that the location of one of Vassall's polling stations has changed - if you previously voted at Charles Edward Brook School on Cormont Road, SE5 you will now be voting at the Minet Library on the corner of Knatchbull and Burton Roads.
Vassall Labour's candidates in today's Lambeth Council elections
Jacqui Dyer has been a leading force in championing resident’s views on the Myatt’s North regeneration project as chair of the local resident’s group, especially making sure local people get the best from the project. She is co-chair of Lambeth’s Black Health and Wellbeing Commission.
Cllr Paul Gadsby has been a committed local community activist for years, helping to organise public meetings on welfare reforms, roving councillor surgeries and getting new resident groups off the ground. If re-elected he wants to campaign for improved green spaces and better
housing for local people.
Annie Gallop has lived in the area for 20 years and is a former chair of the Cowley estate tenant’s organisation. Annie has had a long track record of supporting local residents. She helped found the Cowley Food Farm, an award winning local project, and is a former school trustee.
Kate Hoey MP, Cllr Paul Gadsby, Annie Gallop, Jacqui Dyer and Lambeth Labour Leader Lib Peck
Vote Labour today in Vassall Ward