Mayor’s office

The Mayor

The Mayor of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham is Councillor Daryl Brown. She was elected to serve as Mayor at a meeting of the council on 23 May 2018.

Councillor Brown represents North End ward. She was first elected to the council in 2010.

Councillor Daryl Brown's ward and surgery details

Contact the Mayor's office at:

Hammersmith Town Hall
King Street
London W6 9JU

Tel: 020 8753 2013
Email: mayor@lbhf.gov.uk

Nominated charities for the mayoral year 2018-2019

The Mayor of Hammersmith & Fulham Appeal Fund

The Mayor has chosen to support the Barons Court Project and Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank as her charities during her mayoral year.

Barons Court Project

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.

The project has an impressive record in helping people in Hammersmith & Fulham.

www.baronscourtproject.org
Barons Court Project on Facebook
Twitter: @BaronsProject

Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank

The primary objective of the Hammersmith & Fulham foodbank is the prevention or relief of poverty in and around the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. In particular, but not exclusively by 1) the provision of emergency food parcels to individuals in need and/or other organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty; 2) providing practical advice and support to individuals, either directly or by referral to approved partner agencies; thereby enabling them to find lasting relief from financial hardship.

As well as offering emergency food parcels, we also run children's holiday clubs, a cookery and meal planning course - called 'Eat Well Spend Less', drop-in sessions for the community, based at our Hub in W12; and provide professional advice via two Citizen's Advice workers, based in our Foodbank Centres.

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.


Mayor Daryl Brown with her consort Benito Brown

The Mayoresses


From left to right - Mayoress Sally Taylor, Mayoress Diana Belshaw, Mayor Daryl Brown, Mayoress Cristina Brown, Mayoress Karen Brown

Cristina Brown

Born in London, Cristina and has a three-year-old daughter called Jasmine and has run her own company since 2009 called 'Your Smiles Ltd', providing casual staff to events. Cristina also works for the Football Association organising football matches at Wembley Stadium and around the UK. 

Karen Brown

Karen was born in London and lives with her family in West Kensington. She is studying a degree in Bio Medicine at Birkbeck University.  

Diana Belshaw

Diana was born in Fulham 56 years ago and has lived there all her life as have several generations of her family. She is very proud to work for the NHS as senior sister since 1979. Diana is currently chair of the Gibbs Green and Dieppe Close Tenants' and Residents' Association. She enjoys working and getting involved with anything to do with her local community and trying to make people's lives better. As a widow, she is family orientated and loves spending time with her son and two grandsons and enjoys camping and visiting friends in Ireland.

Sally Taylor

Sally has lived on the West Kensington estate for 30 years and is chair of the residents' association. She has been a registered nurse since 1983 and has worked in many London hospitals in trauma and orthopaedics. Sally also worked in HMP Wormwood Scrubs as an NHS matron for primary care.

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