Extra government funds have been announced this week to ensure that Reading’s schools have the facilities to deliver the best education, so that pupils can fulfil their potential and get on in life.
Today's "Week in Politics" column in the Reading / Woodley Chronicle is my last before the General Election in May, so it is a time for review and reflection before the month long rush of the campaign.
"This further investment is excellent news for all the people in my constituency who rely on our railways on a daily basis," says Rob.
Rob's update as EFA confirms building extension at school's temporary site
Rob's letter to residents concerned that they have not received a letter from the Council about the public consultation for the Heights School permanent location.
Rob visited The Queen's Head Pub & Kitchen, Christchurch Road to be honoured with an unique ‘Beer Champion’ award, in recognition of his ongoing support for Britain’s beer and pubs industry.
“This Budget is another step on the road from austerity to prosperity - with support for savers, lower taxes for people in work and a clear plan to make sure Britain pays its way in the world."
Rob visited Forbury Gardens Day Nursery for a morning of face painting to promote, showcase and celebrate apprenticeship delivery for National Apprenticeship Week.
Rob Wilson welcomed the former Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK, Wajid Shamsul Hasan.
On Friday 13 March, Rob hosted another Portcullis Club event at the newly refurbished Bali Lounge on King’s Road, where local business people were able to network whilst enjoying a light breakfast.