Why your neighbours in Crouch End are backing Jason, Natan and Lourdes

Melanie and Kasha, Indish, Crouch End

Melanie and Kasha, Indish, Crouch End

“We’ve been running Indish in Crouch End for 18 years and are very proud to be part of the community. Local businesses, especially the independents, are important for this community to continue to stay vibrant, and to this end we give our support to Jason, Natan and Lourdes to make sure Crouch End carries on being the exciting cultural hub of this borough” Melanie and Kasha, Indish, Crouch End

Linda Grant, novelist, journalist, winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction, Crouch End resident

Linda Grant, novelist, journalist, winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction, Crouch End resident

“Jason Arthur, Natan Doron and Lourdes Keever represent the best of Crouch End, its vitality and diversity, creativity and passion for social justice. They will make superb councillors committed to representing the best interests of our community on Haringey council.” Linda Grant, novelist, journalist, winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction, Crouch End resident

Tad MacDonald, Musician, Crouch End resident for 26 years

Tad MacDonald, Musician, Crouch End resident for 26 years

“I recently ran the London Marathon raising money and support for Shelter, because I care about helping those less fortunate than myself. Crouch End needs politicians who feel the same. That’s why I’m supporting Jason, Natan and Lourdes to make Crouch End Labour again.” Tad MacDonald, Musician, Crouch End resident for 26 years

Doreen Jones, retired, Crouch End resident for 48 years

Doreen Jones, retired, Crouch End resident for 48 years

“I’ve lived in Crouch End for almost 50 years. I know that Jason, Natan and Lourdes are hardworking local people and I think they would make excellent councillors for Crouch End.” Doreen Jones, retired, Crouch End resident for 48 years

These are just four of the many people in Crouch End who are getting behind Jason, Natan and Lourdes’ positive vision for Crouch End. You can join them by using all three of your votes in the council elections for Labour tomorrow.