News

Little Aston Eco Festival

This weekend the residents of Streetly and Little Aston held a Eco Festival and invited me along to see the festivities.

Tamworth Community Games

It was great to join Dennis Kennedy and the team at Inspire Active to launch the second Tamworth Community Games in the Castle Grounds.

Bollards back in action

The town centre is largely pedestrianised, this makes it easy for shoppers to travel, makes it a great market space a few times a week and allows those with disabilities to easily access local shops and financial institutions.

Anticoagulation Services - Feedback wanted

Health services across the local area are encouraging patients who have used or are currently using the local anticoagulation services to share their experiences by filling in a survey.

Crime surveys in Spital ward

This week more crime surveys are being delivered to Spital Ward residents by Cllr Rob Pritchard and the Conservative team.

Parliamentary Pub of the Year

The 2019 Parliamentary Pub of the Year has opened nominations and Christopher Pincher MP is looking to nominate a local pub to take showcase down in London.

 

Ship building in the United Kingdom

A number of you from forces and industrial backgrounds have written to me about the importance of keeping shipbuilding and defence projects to companies operating inside the United Kingdom.  I know many of you have a particular interest in ensuring that MOD projects are primarily built and tested

Western Power Distribution App

For the eighth year in a row, Western Power Distribution has topped the industry league table for Ofgem's Stakeholder Engagement and Customer Vulnerability Incentive.

This means our local power providers are proactively working to deliver a socially responsible and inclusive service.

UC changes to help parents

Some of you know through my correspondence that I have been lobbying the Government to improve how childcare is reported and paid for under the new Universal Credit system.