On Tuesday, 6th June 1944 over 100,000 Allied personnel (British, American, Canadian and French soldiers and many more) landed on the beaches of Normandy in what was a significant step in liberating Western Europe from Nazi occupation.
The Queen Eleanor Cross in Northampton is an extremely important 13th Century monument of British history which has been in need of specialist renovation for some time. It last had significant work done in 1984.
On Friday, 10th May I met around 100 students at Kingsthorpe College. I was invited by the school and the National Citizen Service (NCS), a hugely successful and popular scheme which helps 15 and 17-year-olds make new friends, improve their confidence and acquire important life skills.
Last week was World Autism Awareness Week, which is an important campaign to help raise awareness about autism. To mark the occasion I visited Café Track in the Market Square, Northampton which helps some 40-50 people on the autistic spectrum.
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