Image courtesy of Kevin Butler. Picture of the Rt Hon John Redwood MP laying a wreath in Burghfield, before attending the morning service at St. Mary’s. In the afternoon, Mr Redwood attended All Saints Church in Wokingham and laid a wreath at the Town Hall War Memorial.
Yesterday I was awarded the title Parliamentarian of the Year by the Spectator, along with 14 colleagues. We received this collective award because we were the 15 (all Conservative) who took a different view to the 3 main parties on how to handle press regulation.
Image of the Rt Hon John Redwood MP with James Wharton, MP for Stockton South, who is sponsoring the EU Referendum Bill. Mr Redwood is supporting the ‘Business for Britain’ campaign which is calling for an EU referendum to be held before the end of 2017. Photograph taken at Old Palace Yard, Westminster on 6th […]
On Saturday night I attended an exciting concert given by the Beenham Wind Orchestra. They gave a spirited performance of a delighfully varied programme, including Ravel’s Pavanne pour une infant defunte and Rossini’s Tarantella. One of the highlights of the evening was a virtuoso solo performance on saxophone by Victoria Benjamin of Pequena Czarda. […]
I visited the Henry Street Garden Centre today to see the exhibition of possible routes for the Arborfield bypass. This is an issue which will be decided by Wokingham Borough Council, thought numerous constituents have written to me about it. I urge all those who have not done so to complete the Consultation document […]
John Redwood visited the EADS (The European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company) stand at the Conservative conference to discuss aviation policy developments. They provided his mock up photo of the visit.
Today I visited the College. I held discussions with the Principal and his Deputy responsible for teaching and quality. I wanted to see how the College could help educate local young people to take advantage of the many jobs in construction likely to materialise as the Wokingham Town Centre redevelopment takes place, and as […]
Mr Redwood participating in the game against Lashings All Stars in Maidenhead on Sunday 1 September 2013.
John Redwood, the winning Captain, receives the trophy for the annual Wokingham verses Reading East Conservatives cricket challenge 2013.
On Sunday 4th August I attended a very enjoyable drinks and buffet lunch party organised by the Wokingham, Lunch Club. I was asked questions about fracking, the UK’s relationship with the EU, energy prices and immigration. I gave answers that would be familiar to readers of this blog. I would like top thank […]