Hatch End Ward councillor Matthew Goodwin-Freeman has swapped his desk for bright lights and cameras, for several appearances on the UK-wide channels GB News and Talk TV last month.
Cllr Goodwin-Freeman has joined presenters Eamonn Holmes OBE, Isabel Webster and Mike Graham on several occasions. He has discussed topics such as the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and its impact on residents, local government, Partygate and the new Hatch End Riverside Park that he is helping to build.
Cllr Goodwin-Freeman said: “It is so important that the work of local government gets recognised.
“Going on national TV channels like GB News and TalkTV was an incredible opportunity to challenge Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s ULEZ expansion, which constituents and businesses across Harrow have opposed.
“It also provided a chance to put the spotlight on local projects, like building the Hatch End Riverside Park at Harrow Arts Centre, which Eamonn Holmes was so keen to know more about.”