This year’s fundraiser on Friday 24 October centres on the importance of ‘looking good’ whilst ‘doing good’.
FA Skills is delivered by more than 150 coaches across England and is celebrating helping six million young footballers.
1,105 fewer people are claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in Reading East since 2010, a 52% drop. This means more people in work, with the security of a regular pay packet and a brighter future ahead of them.
Rob met constituent Margaret Milan, regarding litter and chicken bones left outside club venues and fast food outlets.
Rob held a public meeting at Bodmin Road in Woodley to discuss residents' concerns about parking at the junction with Nightingale Road.
The event on Tuesday 7 October at The Hexagon will be open to job seekers from 10am to 4pm.
Rob presented certificates to young Europeans studying at Reading's Eurospeak Language School.
Rob attended a Parliamentary reception and debate to raise awareness of the need for swifter diagnosis, increased research and greater funding for pancreatic cancer.
The ‘cake party with a difference’ was in aid of adults with learning disabilities.
Rob visited Vachel Road to listen to residents' grievances and witness first-hand the noise and pollution caused by the Thames Water Site