Louise has spent many years tirelessly investing in our local community, a predominantly Bengali estate in London's East End to improve the lives of those who live here. Her tangible achievements include establishing a Neighbourhood Watch scheme to bring together local residents, the police and local youth organisations Typical of Louise's commitment to our community, she seeks to tackle anti-social behaviour by engaging young people and offering them hope of a better future rather than merely displacing them to cause trouble elsewhere. She has also overseen the construction of two vegetable gardens in the heart of the estate and runs the garden club as a way to both bring the community together and encourage residents to eat more healthily. She also serves of the area residents' board, safer neighbourhood team, tutors a local teenager through her GCSEs, leads children's work on a Sunday at her church and commits three days a week to her job as the partner of a local GP practice. I believe Louise is an inspirational individual who selflessly serves her community and people around her. Her formal commitments are impressive but what makes her stand out in my eyes are the hours she spends each week visiting her neighbours, befriending people who others overlook and striving to improve their lives in small but significant ways. I feel that being an Olympic torchbearer would be just recognition of her work and commitment to this part of London.