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Labour members in Wood End ward have now selected their candidates for the upcoming Hillingdon Council elections which take place on May 5th 2022.
Members have selected: Elizabeth Garelick, Kamal Preet Kaur, and Stuart Mathers.
Elizabeth moved to London from Poland in 1979 and has lived in Hillingdon with her family for over 14 years. She is a trustee and director of the Hillingdon Law Centre – a charity which provides legal advice and representation to disadvantaged residents.
Elizabeth is passionate about challenging the inequalities in society, reducing poverty and creating a positive future for people of all ages. She is very excited to give all her energy and make the most of her time and skills to support the people of Wood End.
Kamal Preet Kaur
Kamal has been a Labour member for 16 years and has a strong campaigning record. She has pledged to use this campaigning experience to be the voice of Wood End residents.
Kamal has achieve a Masters in Mass Communication, a Masters in Film and Communication, a Masters in Comparative Study of World Religions and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education.
Kamal also has two teenagers and shares the concerns of parents worried about drugs and knife crime.
Stuart was first elected as a Councillor in 2018, and is currently the Deputy Leader of the Labour Group. He works part-time as a CEO at a local charity, and was formerly a youth worker.
His achievements on the Council include lobbying for all Council meetings to be broadcast on YouTube to ensure transparency of decision-making, and improving local green spaces and playgrounds. Stuart has also successfully led campaigns on industrial noise, road safely, preventing flooding and the need for more community facilities.
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