Graham and Joanna Barker attended the High Sheriff’s Charity Gala at Theatre Royal Windsor on 24th February 2019. The Gala was in aid of the Berkshire Community Foundation and Mousetrap Theatre Projects. The evening was generously sponsored by the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation and Redwood Technologies. Gyles Brandreth was in sparkling form as the… Read more »
Monthly Archives: February 2019
Graham and Joanna Barker attended the Berkshire Yeomanry Hungerford Star Dinner at Windsor Guildhall on 23rd February 2019 as guests of Richard Bennett DL.
Graham and Joanna Barker attended the Thames Hospice Ground Breaking ceremony at the new site for the Thames Hospice at Bray Lakes on 22nd February.
Graham Barker attended the opening of the Mountbatten Grange Care Home Opening in Windsor on 21st February.
Graham Barker visited the Britwell Recycled Teenagers Group at Britwell Library in Slough. He talked to many of the very lively older folk who all live on their own and who all endorsed how valuable the club was in fighting loneliness and isolation. He invited a group of them to attend his Charity Gala in… Read more »
Graham Barker visited a site in Maidenhead where sentences for Unpaid Work Orders were being carried out under supervision of the probation service. He spoke to the service users, the beneficiary and the supervisor at the site.
Graham Barker attended a meeting with Barry Wren, Principal of New Directions in the Directorate of Environment & Neighbourhood Services at Reading Borough Council. Graham also met David Apparicio of the Chrysalis programme which provides training for offenders and ex-offenders.
Graham Barker attended the University of Reading Law Dinner on 13th February 2019.
Graham Barker attended a Conference on Loneliness and Isolation at Fair Close in Newbury on 8th February 2019. The event was chaired by Garry Poulson and Richard Benyon MP gave the welcome address.
Graham Barker attended a reception at Reading Town Hall to mark 25 years of the twinning arrangement between Reading and Clonmel in Ireland.