Romford MP Andrew Rosindell visits his old school, Marshalls Park

18:45 26 September 2012

Andrew Rosindell presenting Marshalls Park School with a framed picture of the Queen

Andrew Rosindell presenting Marshalls Park School with a framed picture of the Queen


Romford MP Andrew Rosindell visited his former secondary school to present the latest in his series of portraits of the Queen.

While at Marshalls Park, Pettits Lane, on Wednesday September 26, he gave an assembly on his work in Parliament and the Queen’s Jubilee.

Mr Rosindell has been giving the portraits to every school in his constituency, as well as other groups and societies.

The cost of the framed portraits, which number about 350, has been covered through donations.

Mr Rosindell is also giving each of Romford’s 30,000 students a certificate to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.


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