Robert said: "It was a pleasure to host my latest 'Meet Your MP' event at the superb and charming Red Lion in Northmoor. Thank you to everyone who came along to speak to me and raise a range of local and national issues."
Passengers travelling from Hanborough will have a fresh start to their journeys as a brand new station building provides a waiting room, customer toilets, and a staff presence for the first time in 53 years.
Robert said: "This morning I was honoured to join ambulance crew from the South Central Ambulance Service for a ride-along to learn more about - and to observe first hand - the incredible work they do to save lives across our area.
Robert said: "Our environment affects everything – from the air we breathe to the water we drink. But protecting our environment is not only good for our children and grandchildren. It actually helps you save money.
Robert said: "I enjoyed a fascinating visit to the Europa School in Culham recently where I saw first-hand the incredible work done by teachers and staff to provide a multilingual education to young people in Oxfordshire.
Robert said: "Parliament has now adjourned for Summer Recess - but that does not mean that I'm jetting off on a summer holiday! Instead I'm back in West Oxfordshire - yes, spending some time with my family - but also out and about meeting local residents.
During his first parliamentary questions session with MPs, new Prime Minister Boris Johnson was asked by Robert to join him in paying tribute to the “very hard and excellent work” done by everyone at RAF Brize Norton.
Robert said: "Proud to speak up on behalf of West Oxfordshire's small and village schools in yesterday's Westminster Hall debate. Village schools are the heart and soul of rural life, ensuring our communities thrive and providing the next generation with high-quality local education.