DWP promoting Christmas Jobs

The DWP recognises that as Christmas draws closer, people often want to find work, some may already be in work and are seeking part time opportunities or placements with more hours, while others may be seeking brand new job roles.

Lichfield Polling Places Review

Calling all residents in Fazeley and the villages - Lichfield District Council are carrying out their review of local polling stations and districts.

Update on train overcrowding

Many of you know that I am in regular correspondence with the Department for Transport and Cross Country Trains in relation to the overcrowding, particularly on the peak-hour commuter trains of a morning and early evening.

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.

Friary Grange Leisure Update

While not in my constituency, a number of residents who live under Lichfield Council make use of the Friary Grange Leisure Centre for swimming and sporting activities.

Meeting Guide Dogs UK

Christopher Pincher MP says, “I want streets that work for blind and partially sighted people”

MP takes a trip down Guide Dogs’ Memory Lane

Future Girl Acts Week

Many thanks to the 1st Stoneydelph Brownies for sending me your #plasticpromise! This is part of Girlguiding’s Future Girl Acts week which this year focuses on plastic pollution.

Grants and Funding - October

Every month I try to provide a list of grants and funding opportunities which may benefit people and groups in Tamworth.  Here's this month's fundraising list.


Parliamentary Pub of the Year Nomination

Over the past month I have been asking residents what their favourite local pub is and why, the reason? Because I want to nominate the best pub in Tamworth for the Parliamentary Pub of the Year awards!

The people have spoken and the pub I have nominated is....COREY'S SPORTS BAR

Casework Report - September

I was not one of those MPs who took a holiday over the summer period, instead I used the time to not only get to grips with my new role in as Minister in the Foreign Office but to catch up on constituency casework.

The big topics this month were a little different to the usual.