Well lets get a new thread going.
We had Where's the dame so why not Where's the doc?
Judging by her attendance record in Tower Hamlets 30% no shows at council meetings I wouldn't hold out much hope of too many sightings.
The End of Project Open Day performance by children at the Add+Up Drop-in Centre
Young children with ADHD showcased their talent and creativity during a special show for their parents in Hornchurch last week.
The charity Add+up, based in Billet Lane, held a five week programme during the summer holidays for children suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), concluding in a spectacular performance by all its participants.
Add+up welcomes over 140 families each year, allowing the children to identify ‘The Monster Inside’, teaching them about ADHD.
One of the founders, Sheila Keeling, told the Recorder: “Perseverance, it gives the children time, or they feel rejected and we don’t do that.
“The programme keeps young people engaged with us, even when they feel vulnerable. Teaching them skills and giving them a voice, along with a lot of responsibility.”
The children were also given special awards, as well as participation awards, which were presented by Colonel Mark Bryant, patron of Add+up, and MP Julia Dockerill.
She has a column in the RR this week.
Perhaps that's the sum total of her appearances in the borough for a while if only in print.
I cant believe she hasn't visited Ho Hum yet for afternoon tea and cucumber sandwiches.
Not what I'd call a great rep of the good folk of Hornchurch and Upminster.
I emailed her about the Police meeting that was held in Harold Hill and she got back to me with a detailed and helpful response.
“Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world...would do this, it would change the earth.”
― William Faulkner--
Bit too much info there HH.
Still at least she's responding to e-mails and letters unlike her illustrious predecessor.
Maybe she's like a female version of James Brokenshaw?
Time will tell
It always does.
Now Ms Dockerill has had some time to settle into her new constituency, perhaps she would care to investigate the allegations that have been put forward by Mr Gordon Bowden.
Mr Bowden and his colleagues have recently formed themselves into a company called Pandoras Box Investigations Ltd. These gentlemen have named many prominent people publicly, and they claim to possess many original documents from companies house that back their claims.