Retired Nurses Visit Parliament

On Valentine's Day a charming group of retired nurses visited Parliament and were shown around by Bob Stewart.   Led by Meg Gardner, the other retired NHS staff were Pam Pattenor, Jill Simner, Maureen Collins and Joan Hatterd.  The attached photograph shows the group with Bob on the Terrace of th

The End of IHAT and Better Compensation for Service Personnel

Bob Stewart is delighted that over the last week the Ministry of Defence (MOD) has both abolished the Iraq Historical Allegations Team (IHAT) and set-up a Consultation Exercise to improve compensation for those wounded in combat and the families of those Killed in Action.  

Generosity of local restaurant Koz Med

On Christmas Day Bob Stewart visited Koz Med on Beckenham High Street to thank Mr Halit Huseyin, the owner, and his staff, for generously opening up their restaurant to provide free lunches for anyone who was homelss or indeed any elderly person who did not want to be alone.  Bob thanked the all

The Situation in Aleppo, Syria

Yesterday, at an emergency debate on the situation in Aleppo, I made a small contribution.  To start with I intervened on the Labour Shadow Foreign Secretary who is in favour of simply flying aid into Aleppo immediately.  I said:  

Koz Med Restaurant offers free food on Christmas Day

On Christmas Day Koz Med restaurant at 87-89 Beckenham High Street is offering free meals from 12 - 5 pm to the local homeless and elderly thanks to the generosity of owner Mr Halit Huseyin and his Head Chef, Mr Ibrahim Hentes who will be cooking. 

Thanking Wickham Security

Bob recently worked with Wickham Security on a project and he visited them on Saturday 3rd December to thank them for their help.  He is seen in the photograph with Tim, Julie and Harry from of Wickham Security at the Company's shop at 63 High Street, west Wickham.

Visit to Under 1 Roof in West Wickham

On Small Business Saturday Bob walked the streets of West Wickham.  He went into 'Under 1 Roof' on the High Street where he met with Kevin and Angie Shepherd who own the business.  Kevin told Bob that business was quiet that day but was not too bad generally at the moment.  Bob is pictured with K

Canon Bill Clements awarded the Legion D'Honneur

Bob Stewart had the privilege of presenting the Legion D'Honneur to Canon Bill Clements at Coloma Care Home on Saturday 26 November.  Prior to entering the priesthood Bill Clements had served in the Royal Navy from 1941 - 46 and during that time had taken part in the D Day landings for which the

New Mini Roundabout on Copers Cope Road

Bromley Council is planning to build a new mini roundabout at the junction of Copers Cope and Bridge roads.  It has recently become something of an accident black spot and so Bob Stewart very much we;comes the decision which should make the area safer for both vehicle drivers and cyclists.  To pr