Forward Diary 1 to 7 September 2008
On Monday Tim will be at home with his wife and young family, getting his children ready for the new school year. This year, his son Jude will be starting at infant school.
Tim will start his day on Tuesday by presenting an award from the Parliamentary Tilda Tiffin cup to the Canton Chef restaurant in his home village of Milnthorpe. The Canton Chef received an award in the 'highly recommended' category.
Tim will then be attending The Lakeland Collective's AGM. The Lakeland Collective is a group who believe in an integrated and holistic approached to healthcare within the NHS, and Tim is their patron.
Later Tim will meet a delegation of the Federation of Cumbrian Commoners near Sedbergh to talk about the preservation and support of our upland areas.
On Thursday Tim will start his day in Staveley by presenting the keys to the first residents of a new affordable housing scheme.
Later, Tim will be meeting Professor Carr, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cumbria, to talk about the future of the Pentalk scheme which provides IT training for farmers and their families.
On Friday Tim will meet with representatives of Cumbria Primary Care Trust to look at the forthcoming Closer to Home consultation in the south of the county.
Tim will then meet with the local Alzheimer's Society branch, and tour their facilities before going on to officially unveil Arnside Educational Institute's new solar heating panels.