Labour Group Members' Room
Ealing Town Hall
Cllr. Harbhajan Kaur Dheer was born in India in 1953. She came to Britain in 1975. She studied Social Work at Kingston University and obtained a degree in 1995. She worked in Surrey county council as an Approved Mental Health Professional until 2013.
She served Ealing borough as the Deputy Mayoress in 2000 - 2001, and, as the Mayoress in 2001-2002. She was chair of the Mayoress's charity committee and helped raise funds for a number of charities including children. She has served as a governor of Ealing schools. She was elected a Labour councillor from the Greenford Broadway ward in 2010 for the first time. She has chaired two scrutiny panels during her first term as a councillor. After elections in 2014 she was appointed Deputy Mayor of the borough.
She is active in the community especially with groups working with Ealing's twinned towns. She has travelled to Poland, France, Germany and Nepal representing the borough's delegations participating in town twinning events. She is also a member of the local Sikh temple in Southall. She is a keen gardener and an excellent cook. She is also passionate about the rights of children and the elderly including those with mental health problems. She is the proud mother of two children - a son and a daughter. She also enjoys international travel.
Party Representation History
Ward Representation History
|Greenford Broadway||Thu 6 May 2010||
Current Committee Memberships
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Not a current member of any Outside Body.
Past Outside Body Appointments
Personal Register of Interests
|24 May 2014||24 May 2014||
|Thu, 1 Nov 2012|| ||I have received a Diwali Gift from Lord Noon of Royal Sweets based in Southall, approximately to the value of £25.00||
|Fri, 1 Nov 2013||Lord Noon MBE||Received a Diwali gift from Lord Noon MBE of Bombay Halwa Ltd - box of Indian sweets (Mithai) and a box of nuts.||
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