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Islington Council remembers Andy Lindup

Andrew (Andy) Lindup

Andrew (Andy) Lindup

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It is with sadness that Islington Council confirms the death of Andrew (Andy) Lindup after being hit by a vehicle which failed to stop on the morning of Thursday 15 December.

Andy, who was 36, had worked for Islington Council for many years, most recently as a digital development officer. He was involved in the launch of the council’s new website and had recently led on the development of a new community focused website, IslingtonLife.

Paul Savage, Head of Digital Customer Service and Development at Islington Council, paid tribute on behalf of his colleagues:

“I think I speak for everyone when I say that Andy was universally liked and a much-loved friend to many. Friendly, creative and funny, Andy was one of those people who seemed to know and get on with everyone. We will all miss him tremendously and send our heartfelt sympathy and support to his family and friends at this sad time.”

The police are appealing for witnesses following Andy’s death last week in Holtwhites Hill, Enfield. Police have asked that anyone with information call the witness appeal line on 020 8597 4874 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

A book of condolence for Andy’s family has been opened – if you would like to send a message for inclusion please email Remembering.Andy@islington.gov.uk

For more information contact:

Sian Williams
Deputy Head of Strategy and Communications
020 7527 3376
sian.williams@islington.gov.uk