Neil has lived in the ward for 10 years and in the borough of Ealing since 1998. He works as a teacher, with nearly 20 years experience in London schools. During that time he has also served as a school governor for 7 years.
Neil is currently Chair of Ealing Green Party.
Dr Kate Crossland
Dr Kate Crossland is an NHS doctor with a passion for working in her local community.
Kate has lived in Ealing for nearly 20 years, and has been elected chair of her local residents association. She is an active member of the PTA at her daughter’s school, and has been instrumental in bringing Play Streets to her area, giving children a safe place to play and allowing the community to enjoy time together.
Her professional experience in casework and her background in health would prove valuable in her role as a councillor. Kate believes in working with people, rather than against them, and is always happy to listen to differing views before suggesting compromises. You may find her in your street soon, or feel free to get in touch to discuss your concerns and priorities for the area.
Marijn Van De Geer
Marijn (“Mah-Rhine”) is an advocate for environmental and global justice. She stood in the London Assembly elections in 2021 for Ealing and Hillingdon, a year that saw a great increase of support for the Green Party throughout the UK.
When not out canvassing with the Green Party, Marijn is the communications coordinator for ocean conservation charity Blue Ventures. She is a host and producer for Rebel Radio and coordinator for the citizens’ assembly working group at Extinction Rebellion. Marijn actively campaigns on the climate and ecological emergency, the crisis in our current democratic system, overdevelopment, and protecting urban green and wild spaces. You will find Marijn at most protests against the Police Bill and Nationalities and Borders Bill, which she believes are in direct violation of fundamental human rights.
True to her Dutch roots, Marijn goes everywhere on her bicycle, changing public opinion on cycling and people with bicycles.