Save the George Bryan Centre

Since the arson attack in 2019, the George Bryan Centre has been unable to serve patients like it used to. 

The NHS Trust knocked down the remainder of the build and temporarily moved the mental health services to St George's in Stafford.

Time has moved on and since then the NHS Trust has put forward no business case to rebuild the George Bryan Centre and re-establish local mental health support services.  This is not good enough. 

I have been lobbying the Trust, our ICB and the Department of Health to get the George Bryan Centre rebuilt and back in action.

It is vital that we maintain local support for mental health care.  It makes it easy to access for patients, allows carers to visit and keeps jobs in our area.  Having an established crisis point is important and offering day services make a positive impact on many people's lives. 

The Trust needs to recognise that in all the public consultations, petitions and surveys so far that residents of Tamworth have been clear they want to see the hospital rebuilt. I will continue to press for change. 


Consultation on the future of the George Bryan Centre

The Consultation to find a long-term solution for the inpatient mental health services which were previously provided at the George Bryan Centre has now opened.

The consultation will run until 23 March and you can participate in a number of ways:

George Bryan Centre Update

After the George Bryan Centre fire in 2019, the 18 beds of inpatient mental health care provided in Tamworth, were moved to St George’s Hospital in Stafford on a temporary basis.

Further George Bryan Update

Tamworth’s Member of Parliament, Chris Pincher has been continuing the fight for the restoration of the George Bryan Mental Health Centre and its mental health services.   This week Mr Pincher has written to the new Secretary of State for Health to bring her attention to the importance of this me

George Bryan Update - October

As you will be aware, over the summer the Midlands Partnerships NHS Foundation Trust put forward their business case for the George Bryan Centre to the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Integrated Care Board, who have considered the proposal and have recommended that the relocation of inpatient se

August update

As we come to the end of August here is an update on Christopher Pincher MP.

View From the House - June

June saw the wonderful, unique Platinum Jubilee celebration. I had a tremendous time over the long weekend and it was wonderful to see the country come together in festive spirit and unity to pay our respects to our Queen.

George Bryan Centre Update

I have written to the Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust regarding the George Bryan Centre.  Their next board meeting approaches with options to be discussed on the future of the centre but no options include the centre re-opening.  I am determined to oppose the closure of the George Bryan