Robert said: "It was great to finish my Volunteering Week by taking part in the Thames WaterBlitz campaign, launched by FreshWater Watch, which encourages citizen scientists to collect nitrate and phosphate measurements in local rivers.
Robert said: "Thank you to the officers from Thames Valley Police in Witney who allowed me to spend some time with them out on patrol recently, to learn more about their difficult but vital jobs - and the challenges they face.
Robert said: "Delighted to be at beautiful Blenheim Palace for the launch of the West Oxfordshire Business Awards (WOBA) 2020 & to celebrate 10 years of this outstandingly successful competition, bringing local businesses together & celebrating West Oxfordshire’s amazing businesses."
Robert's Volunteering Week continued today as he joined Chipping Norton Green Gym at one of their regular sessions. Chippy Green Gym are an independent community group that works on environmental conservation projects in Chipping Norton and the surrounding area.
Robert joined local charity Guideposts Trust UK at the GLADS Day Centre in Witney as part of his annual Volunteering Week, which sees him roll up his sleeves and volunteer at local charities and community groups across West Oxfordshire.
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!