On Sunday, local residents sadly woke up to Nazi graffiti on our streets by the Dollis Hill tube station area. I was alerted to this on the day and joined local residents in scrubbing the horrific graffiti off in what was a great instant community response.
Last night we organised a vigil to get people together and show our unity against this abhorrent act of vandalism.
Local children placed positive messages at the location where the hateful graffiti had been sprayed.
We were joined by the local Rabbi from the Brondesbury Synagogue.
It was humbling to see that attempts to create division had created a positive community response and united us.
Police have been informed as this is clearly a criminal act and the Council have been helpful in deep cleaning the graffiti to ensure no paint marks or signs of the red graffiti remain.