RITA, using poor peoples generosity for the benefit

Salter in Sri LankaOf course my friends at Peter Brett also help with Reading Tsunami Action, wev’e all had some good headlines from this. Donations to; Ben Mitchell, RITA Treasurer, Peter Brett Associates, Caversham Bridge House, Waterman Place, Reading, RG1 8DN.

From 18-27 February 2006 I went with some followers to Kashmir and Sri Lanka. My flight from London to Islamabad and two nights’ hotel accommodation was provided by the Pakistan Government. (Two nights’ accommodation provided by friends.) Five day visit to Sri Lanka for Reading Initiative for Tsunami Action (RITA) to hand over RITA funded homes for tsunami victims and assess future projects. I received three nights’ complimentary accommodation at Barbaryn Reef Hotel, Beruwela. (I paid for my flights from Islamabad to Karachi, from Karachi to Colombo and return to London, and for one night’s hotel accommodation in Colombo.) Registered 13 March 2006 at http://www.theyworkforyou.com/regmem/?p=10526

I should also mention that Reading Borough Council sometimes provide me with a car park pass at the Civic Offices, Reading, for use on parliamentary business of course. Your money working fot the benefit of the public good.

RITA Chair: Cllr Richard Stainthorp

On the Comittee are also:

Cllr Bet Tickner
Ben Mitchell, Peter Brett Associates
Martin Salter MP

Published in: on May 17, 2008 at 2:43 pm  Leave a Comment  

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