This afternoon, Rob greeted the news that Monitor has closed its investigation into the Royal Berkshire Hospital:
Rob visited local company DrumWright to hear more about their business and their plans to take on two more apprentices.
On 6 March Rob attended the Berkshire Apprenticeship Adventure 2014 event at the Madejski Stadium to speak to local employers recruiting apprentices, as well as current and prospective apprentices and their parents.
On 28 February Simon Burns, Member of Parliament for Chelmsford, was guest speaker at Rob’s Portcullis Club event held in Microsoft’s UK HQ campus in Thames Valley Park.
There’s not much getting away from the big story in the Reading area at the moment; how to end the daily traffic gridlock and convince south Oxon residents that it’s in all our interests to deliver a third Thames bridge.
On Friday 28 February 2014 Rob joined members of the Older People’s Social Club at the Amersham Road Community Centre for a drink and a chat.
Rob co-chaired a summit meeting at Westminster on Monday aimed at making a breakthrough regarding proposals for a third Thames Bridge to relieve pressure on Reading’s two existing bridges.
Rob is calling for more local businesses to consider taking on an apprentice during National Apprenticeship Week after new research revealed the extent of the benefits involved.
Rob is backing a campaign to give all babies the meningitis B vaccine - after meeting families left devastated by the disease.
Sport England is today announcing a special £5 million flood relief fund to help restore pitches and repair sports facilities damaged by the recent floods and storms.