Created: 29 June 2010
On 5th June, Bob was guest of honour at the Harrow Bengalee Association function. Bob witnessed the dancing and music at first hand.
On 15th June, Bob attended the annual garden party at Lambeth Palace as a guest of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Situated just across the Thames from the House of Commons, Lambeth Palace is a green lung in the centre of London.
On 16th June, Bob was guest of honour at the 1st/6th Edgware Scouts AGM. Bob is a Queens Scout and served as a Cub Scout Leader before going to University. Bob gave the well attended meeting a talk on his past experiences in scouting and offered support for the various youth activities being provided.
On 18th June, Bob visited Whitefriars School and was shown round the school exhibition to celebrate various world cultures.
On 18th June, Bob attended the Carers Week Conference at Harrow Civic Centre to hear from carers how Harrow Council and the Primary Care Trust operate adult social care. The development of services to assist carers is critical to ensuring that those who depend on carers can live life to the full and remain in their own homes for as long as possible.
On 19th June, Bob was blessed at the Swaminarayan Hindu Temple in celebration of being elected as an MP. Bob has long been associated with the Neasden Temple. Bob was Leader of Brent Council when the temple sought planning permission, was present at the ground breaking ceremony and has regularly visited the Temple ever since.
On 25th June, Bob visited CAB to see the work being carried out to assist a vast array of different problems experienced by Harrow residents. Bob commented, “Harrow CAB do marvellous work offering advice and guidance to people in need.”
On 29th June, Bob was guest of honour at the Harrow College students’ award night to celebrate the success of students in receiving their certificates and awards.