The Mayor of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham is Councillor Michael Cartwright. He was elected to serve as Mayor at a meeting of the council on 17 May 2017.
Councillor Cartwright represents Hammersmith Broadway ward. He was first elected to the council in 1992 and served as Deputy Leader of the council from 2014 to 2017.
Contact the Mayor's office at:
Hammersmith Town Hall
London W6 9JU
Tel: 020 8753 2013
The Mayor has chosen to support Hammersmith & Fulham Foodbank and The Barons Court Project as his charities to support during his mayoral year. Both have an impressive record in helping people in Hammersmith & Fulham.
The Hammersmith & Fulham Foodbank is an independent charity founded in 2010, to meet the need of local people experiencing food poverty. Since launching, they have provided enough food to prepare over 200,000 meals and grown from one foodbank centre – into three. As well as emergency food parcels, they also work with partners to try and solve some of the underlying causes of poverty. The generosity of the public ensures that they are able to continue to meet growing need.
The Barons Court Project is a day centre offering a range of practical services to people who are homeless or living with mental health issues. Our friendly drop-in offers a safe and welcoming space, a subsidised cafe, showers, laundry and IT suite. We also support our service users through running a range of opportunities for self-development and participation. Much of these opportunities are volunteer led and we have built up partnerships with the local community and corporate groups to widen our offer.
If you would like to donate money or gifts to the Mayor’s Appeal Fund please contact the Mayor’s Office on: 020 8753 2013 or 020 8753 2081
All cheques to be made payable to the Mayor’s Appeal Fund and sent to: The Mayor’s Office, Room 201, Town Hall, King Street, London W6 9JU.
Schools and community groups teaching extra lessons in maths, English, science and languages have been presented with awards by Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s Mayor, Cllr Michael Cartwright.
They were given the bronze awards by the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE). The independent charity supports and champions excellence among schools providing lessons outside of school hours.
The bronze awards recognized four schools for the quality of teaching and safeguarding.
The schools and community groups received the awards on 25 October.
“Congratulations to these fantastic schools and community groups,” said Claud Steven, the NRCSE’s Quality Development Advisor.
“These awards are well deserved and everyone should be very proud.”