Barry joins local Councillors and volunteers to clean Brent streets
On 18th January Barry joined local Councillors and volunteers in Wembley to clear up waste and rubbish left on the streets.
Brent Council has launched a campaign to target illegal waste being dumped on the streets
Barry opens new children's home in Brent
On 11th January 2014 Barry was delighted to be invited to join the team at House of Hope London to open a new care home for children and young people in Brent.
House of Hope London provides a spacious and comfortable home for children in need of care, support and stability
Barry takes part in Age UK Brent dementia conference
On 25th October 2013 Barry took part in Age UK Brent's Dementia Conference to discuss the criticial challenges arising from dementia and to raise awareness of the need for early diganosis. Dementia will effect 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 and is recognised as the leading cause of disability in later life yet a great number of cases go undiagnosed.
Barry supports Kingsbury High School's 'Send My Friend to School' Campaign
On 7th October 2013 Barry was honoured to be invited to address an assembly at Kingsbury High School in support of the 'Send My Friend to School' campaign.
Barry joins volunteers for Sewa Day 2013 in Brent
On 6th October 2013 Barry was delighted to join a number of Brent volunteers and celebrity entertainer Navin Kundra to take part in the Sewa Day 2013 community activities in Brent.
Sewa Day is a movement which aims to spreads the concept of "Sewa" - performing acts of generosity and kindness without expecting anything in return.
Barry writes to Home Secretary condemning "Go Home or Face Arrest" campaign
On 23rd July 2013 Barry wrote to the Home Secretary to condemn the Home Office's decision to send vans to Brent carrying posters warning illegal immigrants to "Go Home or Face Arrest".
Barry called upon the Home Secretary, Theresa May MP, to explain why it was decided that this campaign should target Brent and a number of other London boroughs and criticised her decision in light of recent findings of a Parliamentary report into failings at the Home Office to process immigration cases.