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On Sunday 27 September, Kevan officially started the Alzheimers Society's Memory Walk at the Riverside Park, Chester-le-Street. Kevan, along with his Labrador, Biff, then took part in the walk, and below Biff his pictured with his medal for completing the walk.
On Saturday 26 September, Kevan called in at the Chester-Le-Street Wellbeing Centre on Front Street. The Centre offers a range of advice and assistance on mental health issues, and can be contacted on 0191 3883411.
Kevan is pictured below with Helen McCaughey.
On Friday 25 September, Kevan attended the launch of a new DVD about Tommy Armstrong, organised by the Tommy Armstrong Society at Stanley Civic Hall.
Kevan is pictured below with Society Secretary, Joe Wilson.
On Friday 25 September, Kevan called in at Councillor Alison Batey's Macmillan Coffee Morning. He is pictured below with Alison and Councillors Katherine Henig and Tracie Smith.
On Wednesday 23 September, Kevan spoke at an event organised by the Relative Experience Project at Shakespeare Hall in Durham. The Project works with kinship carers over the age of 50.
On Saturday 12 September, Kevan visited Burnmoor Cricket Club, who have recently benefited from a grant from the Co. Durham Community Foundation, which included funding from Kevan's Grassroots Fund.
Whilst there Kevan met with some of those who run the club, including Ian Linsley and Kevin Cuthbert, and also some of the Junior Cricketers who play at the club.
On Saturday 12 September, Kevan visited Pelton Community Centre, where the Centre's Annual General Meeting was taking place. Whilst there, Kevan performed the official opening of the new stage in the main hall.
Below, Kevan is pictured with County Councillors Peter May and Jim Cordon.
On Thursday 3 September, Kevan attended the official opening of the new Hitachi Rail Vehicle Manufacturing Facility in Newton Aycliffe.
It is predicted that the facility will generate around 730 jobs, and at the opening senior figures from Hitachi emphasised the facility's importance to the UK and European markets.
Below, Kevan is pictured with Sedgefield MP, Phil Wilson and Durham County Council Leader, Simon Henig.
On Sunday 30 August, Kevan called in at the Stanley Music Festival, a free blues festival organised by Stanley Events held in Oakies Park.
Below, Kevan is pictured with County Councillor Linda Marshall, who was volunteering at the event.
On Friday 28 August, Kevan visited with the Just for Women Centre in Stanley, of which he is Patron, with Police and Crime Commissioner, Ron Hogg.
Below, Kevan and Ron are pictured with Centre Manager and Founder, Linda Kirk.