Honour our heroes

I am calling on the people of my constituency to help name all those Tamworth heroes who have fought and died since serving in our armed forces since WW2.

Working with Rev Alan Gordon and Tamworth District and Civic Society, we aim to build a memorial to them.

The challenge is, as people pass on or move away from the area, some of this valuable information has been lost.  That is why I am asking local people to come forward with names of residents that they know have fought or died in service for the United Kingdom since World War Two.

In the last 70 years as a country we have defended democracy and our way of life across the globe. The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan will linger in the minds of many and sadly two brave soldiers from Tamworth lost their lives in this conflict.... I know there are others out there who have served throughout past conflicts and they should be remembered.

The Royal British Legion have been involved, the Ministry of Defence and the National Memorial Arboretum have all been helping find names of constituents who fought here and overseas who deserve credit for their valiant sacrifice.  I do not want to miss a single person off the list, so I hope you will join me in sharing any information you may have.

Please do get in touch with any names or details you can contribute.



The Budget 2020

Yesterday the Chancellor unveiled a Budget that delivers on our promises to the British people to level up our whole United Kingdom and spread opportunity across every community. 

LIBOR fines to fund travel for veterans

This year we will be commemorating 75 years since VE Day and VJ Day.  There will be events around the country as a way for us all to remember the sacrifices of those who served in the wars, to ensure that they are never forgotten.

Travel discounts for veterans on the way

We are introducing the United Kingdom's first ever veterans rail card to help boost veteran's job prospects and strengthen family bonds through cheaper travel.

The Queens Speech

Today's queen's speech reaffirmed that the NHS is our number one priority which is why we will become the first ever Government to enshrine the increased NHS budget of an extra £33.9 billion per year into law.

The Queen's Speech also set out our plans to:

Thank you for your support!

I would like to thank the people of Tamworth and surrounding villages for supporting me in the recent election.

Thank you especially to the Returning Officer, elections team and local police who helped ensure we could all cast our votes and that election day ran smoothly.

Christmas Card Competition

Believe it or not the time is soon upon us - Christmas! In between the Brexit news, I wanted to let you know about my Christmas Card competition.

Help to buy extension - Forces Members

This month the Government is extending the Help to Buy scheme for armed forces members.  This will help many more of our service personnel make their first steps on the property ladder as a thank you for their commitment to our country.

Joining our troops in Cyprus

Local MP, Christopher Pincher, joins Tamworth troops in Cyprus

As Minister for Europe, Christopher Pincher MP recently visited Cyprus to meet with Cypriot leaders, as well as visit Mercian troops at the British Forces Headquarters.

Armed Forces Day - supporting our soldiers

Christopher Pincher MP pays tribute to brave service men and women across Tamworth and the West Midlands.  As we celebrate Armed Forces Day, Christopher Pincher MP says thank you to the 11,300 people working in our Armed Forces and crucial defence jobs in the West Midlands.

Backing Armed Forces Day

Chris Pincher MP is backing Armed Forces Day as a great opportunity to show support for those who make up the Armed Forces community