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.
Bob was honoured to be present for the auspicious occasion of this beautiful Mandir at the Jalaram Temple in Greenford with Councillor Anjana Patel and Councillor Ramji Chauhan, along with many dignitaries from visiting temples.
Bob had the pleasure of attending the Civic Service at St Mary's Church with the Mayor of Harrow, Nitin Parekh, the Queen's Representative, DL Mr Simon Owens, and councillors of the London Borough of Harrow.
Bob had the pleasure of visiting the Hungry Caterpillar nursery in Stanmore on Friday 14th June, where he discussed the challenges faced by the sector with staff and met the kids - even having a go at some learning exercises himself.
After a year-long closure, The Seven pub (formerly The Seven Balls) has reopened thanks to a refurbishment funded by Heineken. Now this lovely traditional pub is back in use and Bob was happy to be there to open it with his wife and to be the one pouring the first pint of the evening.
There was a great atmosphere at Harrow Leisure Centre for the screening of India vs Australia. Bob joined Monty Panesar to open the event and was moved by the enthusiasm of the dedicated fans who attended.
Bob was fortunate enough to be hosted by the MD of West London Film Studios, Frank Khalid, at his studios. Many high-end productions have been shot there, ranging from The Imitation Game to the San Junipero episode of Black Mirror - so he couldn't be happier to see where the magic happens.