Saturday, 29 January 2011

Words From The Wise...

Image by Maya Yehya
Words direct from an Albert Dane service user...

'This is a very essential service for the disabled in the Ealing Acton and Southall area and should not be cut by anybody for any reason. This service is essential for carers of the sick and disabled in these areas too. Why else would I pay my taxes.
SAVE ALBERT DANE, OUR SOULS cannot be bought by giving us a personnel budget.
Give a man an education and he can live his life. Or you can feed him for one day/week, this would keep him happy for one reason you've blind sided him.
Feed them for life by training them.
Don't be sad Save Albert Dane centre.
You know it makes sense...'

Little more needs to be said...


You can email your protests directly to Cllr Jasbir Anand, portfolio holder for Adult & Children Social Services
here at

You can also email Stephen Day who is the director of Adult
Social Services or even give him a call on 020 8825 9315

Martin Smith is the Chief Executive of Ealing Council, (and doing well on £180k a year!) - he has two email's with which you can contact him on  or

Gary Malcom is the Leader of the Lib Dem Group on Ealing Council

Harvey Rose is another Lib Dem who has been positively involved with Day Centre issues before

Jason Stacey is the opposition Conservative leader

Greg Stafford is the opposition Conservative spokesman for Adult & Children Social Services

Mark Reen was opposition Conservative spokesman for Adult & Children Social Services in the previous administration

Angie Bray is the Conservative MP for Ealing Central & Acton

Virendra Sharma is the Labour MP for Ealing Southall constituency

Steve Pound is the genial MP for the neighbouring constituency of Ealing North

The Ealing Learning Disability Partnership Board 
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is a group charged with defending the rights of service users in the
borough and ensuring they get good services. You can fill out a contact form with your concerns about proposed closures at:


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