Your Member of Parliament for Harrow East

Andrew Percy MP

Bentley Wood Students Visit Westminster

On Tuesday 18th January, Bob Blackman welcomed a contingent of students from Bentley Wood School to the House of Commons. The students had a tour of the Houses of parliament and participated in a “mock election”.   Bob joined them for a question and answer session to tell them all about the work of an MP.

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BOB BLACKMAN MP DEMONSTRATES COMMITMENT TO COMBATTING ANTISEMITISM

Bob Blackman MP this week joined together with the communities Minister and Parliamentary colleagues to demonstrate support for the fight against antisemitismResponding to the All-Party Parliamentary Inquiry into Antisemitism, the Government today published a report on the steps they have taken and the progress that has been made, including measures to increase security for Jewish faith schools in the state sector and improving the collection of data on antisemitic incidents..  

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VISIT TO AYLWARD SCHOOL

Bob Blackman paid a visit to Aylward Primary School to meet the staff, the School Council and see the new facility for autistic children.Bob discussed the success of the school academically and on the sporting field with staff and the children. The children showed off the ICT suite, their most popular classroom, and also demonstrated the work that they have done on their school web site. Bob challenged them to find his web site and navigate their way round it. Several children also reached the ...

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209 Headstone Lane Launch

A reception was held at the new premises at 209 Headstone Lane to welcome key supporters and activists to the new facilities on Saturday 8th January. More than 60 activists took the opportunity of visiting the premises to see the facilities at first hand and to meet Bob Blackman MP and Syed Kamall MEP. Everyone was very impressed by the work that has been undertaken to bring the offices up to a modern standard and to provide accommodation for Bob Blackman MP, his staff as well as Harrow East Con...

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Kenton Temple

Bob visited Kenton Swaminarayan Hindu temple to celebrate the 14th anniversary of the building of the temple and also the award of planning permission to further develop the adjacent educational facilities. Councillor Manji Kara was the chief sponsor of the event and the Mayor of Harrow plus several councillors also attended. Bob and Manji had also assisted the visiting Saints to ensure that they received visas in time for the celebration.

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Bob Blackman MP for Harrow East.

As the holiday period approaches and Harrow prepares for Christmas, I hope that you will be able to take the opportunity to spend time with your loved ones, family and friends. Please celebrate the season and reflect on the year gone by. Harrow remains one of the most diverse and cultural places in the world, this year already I have celebrated festivities involving Christians, Hindus, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists and Sikhs,  What makes Harrow so distinctive is that everyone joins together in ...

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Harrow Youth Parliament Christmas Dinner

Bob attended the Harrow Youth Parliament Christmas Dinner. This offered the young people an opportunity to question Bob, Harrow Councillors and the Borough Police Commander. Subjects as diverse as favourite music, tuition fees, how Harrow Council works, how parliament works and what motivates young people were all debated. One of the themes of the event was to promote communication and how easily messages can be confused leading to complications.

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Office Move

As the snow began to fall in earnest on the 18th December, Harrow East Conservatives moved premises from Village Way in Rayner’s Lane to 209 Headstone Lane. An intrepid band of volunteers helped move the furniture, equipment and paperwork to the new premises amidst the deepening snow. Bob was one of the team who helped with the loading and unloading. 209 Headstone Lane was the HQ of Harrow East Conservatives until 2001 and was rented out for the last 9 years. The premises have been substantial...

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