Visiting local manufacturer, Harrison Wipes

This morning the team and I visited Harrison Wipes, a manufacturing business on Harold Hill that has been a family-run operation since 1891 when Saul Harrison founded the company in Great Yarmouth.

Local clergy visit parliament to discuss community services

This afternoon I welcomed a group of clergy to parliament from churches in Cranham, Upminster and Ardleigh Green in order to build a stronger link between our office and the local faith community, enabling them to highlight to us any problems brought to them by parishioners. 

Marking Armed Forces Day at the Legion

Today we celebrated Armed Forces Day across the borough to show all those serving in our armed personnel that we value their service to our nation. First, I joined the parade through Romford market and subsequent service at the Town Hall.

Travellers at the Morris Dancer pub

Following receipt of constituents’ emails about the arrival of a group of travellers at the former Morris Dancer pub, I contacted both the Chief Executive of Havering Council and the Borough Police Commander, Jason Gwillim, to ask what could be done to assuage residents’ concerns and to move the

Celebrating Eid in Harold Hill

My team and I had a wonderful time celebrating Eid with members of Harold Hill's Muslim community this afternoon at the Havering and Ilford Scuba Club just off Gooshays Drive. 

Visiting Upminster's Uniserve

Today the team and I visited Uniserve, the UK's number one independent logistics and global trade management provider.