Graham Barker attended the AGM of the Berkshire Care Trust at St Leonard’s Hostel, Reading on 6th June 2018. The Berkshire Care Trust is a charity for the rehabilitation of offenders. The Trust provides financial assistance by way of grants, loans or emergency cash payments to people under the supervision of the Probation services in… Read more »
Monthly Archives: June 2018
Graham Barker visited the offices of Launchpad, a charity providing services for Reading’s homeless and vulnerable. Graham met the CEO, Ian Caren, and was given a tour of the offices and facilities.
Graham Barker attended the Royal County of Berkshire and Surrey Armed Forces Briefing at Sandhurst on 5th June 2018. A presentation on the reservists and cadets in Berkshire and Surrey was given by the County Chairs of the South East Reserve Forces and Cadets Association Colonel John Kendall and Colonel Tony Guthrie.
Graham Barker attended the West Berkshire Staff Annual Recognition Awards, at Arlington Arts Centre, near Newbury on 4th June 2018. Graham Barker presented the Roger Croft award for Outstanding Contribution of the Year to Mel Bristow a Senior Social worker with the Family Safeguarding Team. Graham Barker presenting the award to Mel… Read more »
Graham and Joanna Barker attended the Civic Service of Cllr. Paul Lion, Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and Laura Lion, Lady Mayoress, at St Mary’s Church, Maidenhead on Sunday 3rd June 2018.
Graham and Joanna Barker attended a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on 31st May 2018 Graham and Joanna Barker with Mr and Mrs Rosenberg (left), High Sheriff of East Yorkshire and Mr and Mrs Cronin (right) High Sheriff of Durham.
Graham Barker visited the Chief Fire Officer, Trevor Ferguson, at the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service headquarters at Newsham Court in Reading on 1st June 2018,
Graham and Joanna Barker attended a reception at the Old Bailey in London for all High Sheriffs of England and Wales and partners on 31st May 2018. The reception was held in the Grand Hall and hosted by Alderman and Sheriff Timothy Hailes JP and Sheriff Neil Redcliffe.
Graham Barker attended a reception to celebrate the re-opening of the Old Court as a new art space in Windsor on 30th May.