Bob Stewart MP for Beckenham visited Nash College today as the establishment celebrated 30 years of providing high standards of education to disabled young people.
Run by leading disability charity Livability, Nash College is based in the London Borough of Bromley and is a college of further education for around 65 young people with learning and physical disabilities.
Bob Stewart MP, accompanied by his wife Claire, met with students and college staff and was able to tour the various facilities offered at Nash.
Bob sat down with James, one of the students, who asked him a variety of questions on how the MP could help support his aim to lead an independent and fulfilling life.
Bob said ""It was very important for me to visit Nash college and meet with students and staff. Nash is a unique resource for Bromley and an important part of the local community. Disabled people are some of the most vulnerable people in our society and it is crucial that they have access to the right care and support, including education"".
Claire Howley-Mummery, Nash College, Principal, said ""We are delighted to have welcomed Bob Stewart MP to Nash College. Nash is a very special place and we strive to offer a supportive and tailored learning environment for our students’’.