Pitshanger Focus Team

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Our Liberal Democrat Focus Team in Pitshanger:

  • Francesco Fruzza was born in and has lived in Ealing all his life, attending both schools and college in Ealing. Francesco is married with 2 grown up children.  He has worked in engineering and IT for all of the 33 years he worked for British Airways and is now working for the Foreign and Commonwealth office. Francesco has been an active campaigner in Pitshanger for over 20 years and is committed to protecting the area, he cares passionately about his local community and is a members of various groups from the local Police forum to the Drayton Community association. "I am committed to Pitshanger with deep family roots in the community, living and seeing issues that affect it, many of which also affect my family and my friends. "

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  • David Martin has lived in Ealing for several years and has campaigned with the Liberal Democrats in London for some time on issues including opening new schools, road safety and police cuts. David works for Great Western Railway and has had experience in the railway and public transport sector for nearly ten years. He believes that the Pitshanger community would greatly benefit from a growth in the availability of public transport to connect neighbourhoods and improve air quality. "I passionately believe that development can be positive, but without vital schools, GP surgeries and public transport, it is sadly unsustainable and short-termist. Targets should not be met for the sake of it. We need a holistic approach for communities like the residents across Pitshanger".

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/1davidmartin 

  • Rod Nathan was born in Sudbury Hill and moved to Ealing in 1982 to set up home with his wife, Cathy. He has never left the borough and has lived in Pitshanger for the last 20 years. The whole family have been active members of the local community with Cathy, who died in 2015, teaching in many local schools and their three children taking part in many local activities from cubs to swimming at Gurnell whose closure is a scandal. Rod himself was an integral part of establishing Ealing rugby mini and youth sections. He spent most of his career building London’s transport infrastructure from the original Jubilee line in 1973 to Crossrail and cares passionately about making public transport work for local people. Rod's priority for Pitshanger is Gurnell Leisure Centre. He says “Gurnell had just opened when our children were born and it has been an invaluable facility for us as a family – We have paid for it through our council taxes for the last 40 years and it is a scandal that this is not available for my grandchildren”.

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/rod_nathan

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