MP Robert Halfon praises work of Harlow’s Royal British Legion
History / Tue 6th Jul 2021 at 08:26am
HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, rose on the floor of the House of Commons to congratulate the Harlow branch of the Royal British Legion which he said is “supported by thousands of local residents” adding that “they do so much to keep the light of remembrance strong in our town and to support our veterans”.
He asked the Minister to set out “what steps the Government are taking – working with local authorities – to support the Royal British Legion, especially when clubs face difficulties with maintenance and capital building costs with older premises” and offered an invitation to the Minister to visit the Harlow branch, based on Latton Common.
The Veterans Minister, Leo Docherty MP, a veteran himself, explained that the Government is investing millions every year into the British Legion and said that he would be very pleased to join Mr Halfon on a visit to the Harlow branch to meet with Harlow veterans and see the work the branch does.
The royal British legion does great work for veterans i remember last year when i attended the victory in Japan ceremony the royal British legion were kind courteous and did an amazing job with the British flags they spoke to me and treated me with such respect and after the ceremony on your Harlow the park got heritage status the royal British legion are awesome and I'm asking members of the public to make a modest donation to the royal British legion Harlow to help them with there upkeep of buildings thank you everyone
Well said Jawad. They do amazing work and deserve our collective appreciation and support.
Jawad Sharief arriculates the depth of emotion and gratitude we all feel in respect of those who gave endearing sacrifice. Well expressed Mr Sharief.