Representative Deputy Lieutenant for the London Borough of Havering
Colonel Markham P Bryant DL MBE
Appointed Rep DL: 2010
Appointed 21st December 2009
Colonel Bryant completed 25 years service with the Metropolitan Police, 20 years as a Detective.
He served for 37 years with the Army Cadet Force, undertaking various roles including Colonel Cadets at HQ London District and as a Trustee of the Army Cadet Force Association. He is currently the Rifles Colonel RFCA GL NE.
Hobbies include restoration of old military vehicles and making walking sticks.
Further information about the London Borough of Havering can be found at http://www.havering.gov.uk
Saturday 4th November 2017
Photo taken at the Elm Park Horticultural Society Winter Show which is celebrating its 80th year.
Opening of the new Combined Cadet Hut in Upminster Bridge, on 21st September 2017.
Diwali Celebrations at the Radha Krishna Temple, in Havering, 29th September 2017.
A Service to mark the Centenary of the Battle of Vimy Bridge, held at St Nicholas Church, Elm Park on 9 July 2017, attendees included the Military Attachee from the Canadian Embassy.
An event on the 9th July 2017, hosted by the former Mayor, recognising local charities she sponsored in her Mayoral Year
The Jack Petchey Awards for Essex West County Girl Guides, hosted at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch in June 2017.
Celebration of Eid.
Battle of Britain Annual Ceremony at St Andrews Church, remembering Hornchurch Airfield’s pivotal role in the operation.
Armed Forces Day 2017
The Brownies were also on parade.
Colonel Mark Bryant MBE at the Civic Service celebrating her Majesty’s Sapphire Jubilee at St Giles Church Rainham. The service was conducted by the Arch Deacon of Barking.
A church parade for Rainbows, Brownies, Cubs and Scouts at All Saints Cranham Church on 6 May 2018.
Awards for volunteers in Havering.
STEP2IT Havering 5K Run
STEP2IT Havering 5K run held in Raphaels Park on 14 June to raise money for First Step.
Havering welcomed His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent on the 13th June to show how the borough is flourishing in business, heritage and leisure.
His Royal Highness visited Coborn Engineering, Romford, Langtons House and Gardens, Hornchurch and the Sapphire and Ice Leisure centre.
At Coborn Engineering, The Duke, escorted by Colonel Mark Bryant, Deputy Lieutenant for Havering, was given a brief introduction to the company by management and staff.
Photograph taken at a Charity Barbecue on 9 June by members of the Elm Park British Legion to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal.