Your Member of Parliament for Harrow East

Andrew Percy MP

Cancer research reception

MP HAILS SPOT ON CANCER CAMPAIGN Bob Blackman MP has backed efforts to ‘spot cancer early’ at a major Cancer Research UK event in Parliament.   During the 3rd November reception, the Harrow East MP discussed the importance of diagnosing cancer earlier.  

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Visit to the Olympic Park

Bob visited the Olympic Park as part of the Communities and Local Government select Committee team to see the progress on the development of the Park at first hand. Excellent progress is being made and the whole area will be transformed for the Olympics. Now the challenge is the legacy of the Olympics.

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Kingsbury High School

Bob visited the Swaminarayan organisation to welcome His Holly Highness Shree 1008  Acharya Maharaj Shree Ajendraprasadji Maharaj (the Supreme Religious Head of  Shree Swaminarayan Sect,  Shree Laxminarayan Dev Dioceses of  Vadtal ), on the occasion of “BHAKTI” .

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Bob visited the Mela organised at Harrow leisure Centre and enjoyed the entertainment offered by students of Ashiana and a wide variety of other artists as well as viewing the various stalls.

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Diwali Reception at House of Commons

Bob was pleased to welcome many representatives of the Hindu community in Harrow to the annual celebration of Diwali at the House of Commons. Bob spoke form the stage to welcome visitors from all over the country as the magic of Diwali helped transform the Members Dining Room in the House of Commons into a Hindu Mandir.

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Harrow Leisure Centre

Bob was back at the Harrow Leisure Centre for the ISS Cultural Programme. Bob attended with Lord Dolar Popat, Cllr. Ramji Chauhan and former Councillor Anjana Patel.

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Bob was pleased to attend Harrow Council’s Eid event. Bob enjoyed the mixture of entertainment and spoke to the assembled audience at Harrow High School.  

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Kodak lunch

Bob attended the Kodak community lunch with various politicians and business people from across the Harrow area. This was an opportunity to meet both community leaders and business people to discuss new development opportunities. The redevelopment of the Kodak site dominated discussions and the public consultation has now started.  

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