Okay, we’re biased, but Londoners are pretty great. Our city is brilliant at coming together to make things happen. In fact, there are people all over the capital doing awesome things to help make Londoners’ lives better – but you might know nothing about them. That’s why we want to hear your nominations for the unsung Londoners we should be celebrating. We’re looking for people who are having an impact on cultural life here – the ones who, as well as making the city a fun place to go out, are also making it safer, more sustainable, and more inclusive. It could be a local restauranteur tackling food waste in innovative ways, someone who set up a project making theatre and cinema tickets more accessible, or a club promoter helping people get home safe – or something totally different. If there’s someone you’d like to celebrate, we’d love to hear about what they’re doing to make our city a better place.
Pictured above: Edwina Brocklesby, Pablo Woodward, Sarah Corbett, Brenda Puech, Dhruv Boruah, Lola Odujinrin and Robert Flood are some of the extraordinary Londoners we’ve featured over the last couple of years. But who’s your unsung London hero?
Click here to tell us about ordinary Londoners doing extraordinary things, or fill in the form below.