SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Politics, parliament and remembrance
In my early Parliamentary years, I attended the annual Gallipoli lecture and service at Holy Trinity church, Eltham where the First World War vicar Henry Hall had served as chaplain to the 29th Division. He commemorated those who lost their lives by creating the Gallipoli Memorial chapel.
Rampion announce a £4 million fund which will include supporting organisations working for benefit of Sussex people
Corporate social responsibility, as it is sometimes now termed, really began when Victorian industrialists started wanting to address the social ills of their age, including the poor living conditions of their workers.
On Friday I met Pulborough’s two neighbourhood wardens to find out more about their work. Since I first saw the wardens in action in Steyning and Ashington, two other villages in my constituency which have them, I have been a big supporter of the scheme.