Simon Hogg is a councillor for Latchmere ward in Battersea.
He was proud to lead successful community campaigns to save York Gardens Library and to stop the Tory council charging children £2.50 to use a playground.
Simon served as chair of Battersea Labour Party in 2008, its centenary year. To mark the local Labour Party’s 100th birthday, volunteers created the historical documentary video ‘Red Battersea’.
After training as a scientist, Simon works as a journalist. He lives in Tooting with his wife and four children.
Post: Simon Hogg, Members’ Room, Wandsworth Town Hall, London SW18 2PU
Season’s greetings to three wise… councillors.