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Robert holds 'Meet my MP' event at the Plough in Kelmscott

Robert said, "Thank you to all of those who took the time to meet with me in Kelmscott.  I always enjoy doing these events - it is a great way to chat about local, national and international issues over a drink in a casual way."

Robert volunteers at Bridewell Organic Gardens

Robert continued his Volunteering Week at Bridewell Organic Gardens.  Bridewell provides the opportunity for adults to take part in social and therapeutic horticulture.

Robert volunteers with Sunshine Cat Rescue

Robert spent an afternoon volunteering with Sunshine Cat Rescue as part of his 2018 Volunteering week.  He helped the team with their daily tasks, making sure the cats are well cared for!

Robert starts his Volunteering Week at Hailey Community Woodlands

Robert started his 2018 Volunteering Week at the Hailey Community Woodlands - Breach Wood - in association with Wild Oxfordshire and the Wychwood Project. He is using this week to highlight the fantastic volunteer groups we have here in West Oxfordshire.

Robert and family visit Amazing Animals in Heythrop

Robert and family visited local attraction, Amazing Animals, near  Heythrop.  A hidden gem, Amazing Animals has been involved in the professional training and supplying of a wide range of animals for the media industry for four decades.

Robert joins residents for the Charlbury Street Fair

Robert said, "Congratulations to the Charlbury Street Fair Committee on organising another outstanding community event this afternoon: superb raffle prizes, lots of interesting stalls, great music - and above all a fantastic atmosphere.

Robert visits Brize Norton Primary School

Robert held an assembly at Brize Norton Primary School, where he explained to pupils how a law is created.  The 'MPs' voted to replace all lessons with sport - a sentiment which, after a stage of 'ping-pong' , the 'Lords' agreed to, and sent the Bill for Royal Assent. However, the Queen disagreed

Corridor route chosen for Oxford-Cambridge Expressway

Today, Roads Minister Jesse Norman announced the chosen central corridor for the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway.  This will link together fast-growing technology hotspots, building on plans already in motion, such as East/West Rail.