Trey Campbell-Simon

Community Grants Panellist

Trey was born and raised in Hammersmith and Fulham. His interests lie in politics having been involved with the Hammersmith & Fulham Youth Council and Hammersmith & Fulham Policing and Crime Commission. He says it fills him with immense pride to know that through his role he will be able to give back even more to the borough that has given so much to him.

60 seconds with Trey

What causes are you passionate about? 

Homelessness and food poverty.

Who do you admire locally?

I admire Councillor Matt Uberoi for his kind and generous nature and the way he represents the residents of Sands End. Having joined Matt on the campaign trail in 2019 I was able to see this first-hand but above all of what I have stated already, he is a great man with a lovely wife and an adorable daughter.

Who do you admire internationally?

Jamaican prime minister Andrew Holness for the way he has handled and navigated Jamacia through several tough situations whether that be the floods or the pandemic.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

Stay humble and always be willing to listen and learn.

What’s your favourite spot in the borough?

North End Road market is so full of life and is a hotspot for conversation. I am telling you, the conversations I have had with market stall owners is second to none and it’s a place I frequently visit.