Bob Blackman plays for the Inter-Parliamentary World Cup

Bob had a great time playing for the House of Commons and Lords representing England vs Pakistan in the Inter-Parliamentary Cricket World Cup. It was a friendly match ahead of the competition starting on the 10th, and the visitors won hands down. Better luck next time, Bob!

Bob Blackman aattends Harrow PE Conference

Bob had a great time at the Harrow PE Conference yesterday, discussing the importance of sport and physical activity in schools. The commitment of teachers to help foster our pupils' talent is inspiring.

Bob Blackman joins community Rath Yatra

Bob was honoured to attend the annual community Rath Yatra event organised by Shree Swaminarayan Temple, starting from Harrow Temple, in Kenton Lane, and finishing at Stanmore Temple, in Wood Lane Stanmore.

Bob Blackman attended the Bhagvat Katha

Bob was really pleased to attend Sanatan Mandir Wembley for the Bhagvat Katha organised by Guruji with Councillors Anjana Patel and Ramji Chauhan. He always finds it a pleasure to visit a temple that he helped found when he was leader of Brent Council.

Bob Blackman helps remove illegal occupiers at Stanmore Marsh

In response to a number of messages from constituents:

The Travellers who were at Stanmore Marsh had left the area on the night of Thursday 4th July and moved to Canons Park. Harrow Council have since obtained the legal right to evict them.

Bob Blackman makes speech at IOPHR event

The International Organisation to Preserve Human Rights held an event in Parliament to discuss the abuses and oppression taking place under the Iranian Regime.

Bob Blackman attends meeting at the British Embassy

Bob went to a productive meeting at the British Embassy in The Hague with MPs and the Prosperity UK Technical Panel to discuss Alternative Arrangements and the new 202 page independent report on the effect they can have on the Irish border.

Bob Blackman gives tour of Parliament to primary school

Bob was delighted to welcome a group of pupils from Weald Rise Primary School to the House of Commons so he could answer their questions about Parliament, and looks forward to visiting the school again in the near future.