Tim Roca is Labour’s choice for the Harrow Road Ward by-election

Karen and HR teamThe Labour Party has chosen Tim Roca to be its candidate in the forthcoming Harrow Road by-election on Thursday 23rd July.

Tim was brought up in Cheshire before moving to London 8 years ago. He was state educated and the first in his family to go to university. Tim works at King’s College London in the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science. In his spare time he acts at as a charity trustee and is a member of CAMRA.

Tim, 29, studied history at Lancaster University and was president of the Student’s Union, taking a role campaigning against tuition fees.

Tim said:

“I feel privileged to be selected as Labour’s candidate for the Harrow Road Ward. I want to stand up for the community and, together with the current councillors Ruth Bush and Guthrie McKie, be a powerful advocate for the area.”

Karen Buck MP said:

“Tim will be a great advocate for local residents. I’m really looking forward to working with him”

Councillor Adam Hug thanked outgoing Councillor Nilavra Mukerji for his service saying;

“I would like to give my thanks to Nilavra for all his efforts over the last 5 years on behalf of the residents of Harrow Road and across Westminster. We wish him well in the future”

Promoted by Andy Whitley on behalf of Tim Roca, both at 4g Shirland Mews, London W9

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One Response to Tim Roca is Labour’s choice for the Harrow Road Ward by-election

  1. W9 Resident says:

    Good to know a candidate is in place, although a shame it isn’t someone familiar to local members. Which ward does he live in?

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