Earlier today, Robert met the French Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Catherine Colonna, who had been at Blenheim Palace during the morning. The Ambassador was in West Oxfordshire to visit Churchill's birthplace and grave - to pay tribute to the great man on the 79th anniversary of the Battle of
Robert said: "It was another triumphant community event for St Mary's, Witney, with the return of their now annual Witney Oktoberfest, raising money for the fabric of the Church. Great food, music, company - and beer too!
Robert said: "Earlier this week I met with the new Secretary of State for Transport and the Roads Minister to lobby for their support in tackling congestion on the A40, with a particular eye on the County Council's bid to the Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF).
Robert said: "We've seen significant improvements to local rail services in recent years, with additional car parking provision, platform extensions, upgraded facilities, world-class new trains - and a staff presence at Hanborough Station for the first time in over 50 years.
Robert said: "Thanks to all the veterans at the regular monthly breakfast club for the invitation to join them at The White Hart, Minster Lovell - a hugely enjoyable morning learning about the breakfast club idea, with a brilliant bunch of guys from the RAF, Army & Navy - great banter and tha
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-limiting genetic condition affecting more than 10,000 people across the UK. It affects the lungs and digestive system and can cause chronic infections and reduced lung function.