News

Buy One Present in Kenilworth

Pleased that my ‘Buy One Present in Kenilworth’ initiative is still going strong, and I am very grateful to the Kenilworth Chamber of Trade for their active promotion of this idea.

Consultation - Development of Land East of Kenilworth

Warwick District Council has opened a public consultation on the future development of the land east of Kenilworth, which has been allocated for future residential, employment and educational use.

Visit to Age UK’s Carers Retreat

Positive visit to Age UK’s Carers Retreat, which was highly recommended by one of my constituents. I pay tribute to this inspirational group of people who care for a variety of loved ones who suffer from Dementia.

Armistice Exhibition at Kenilworth Library

I encourage people to visit the excellent Armistice Exhibition that is on at Kenilworth Library until 1st December. I was pleased to open it in this significant year and it is important for us to remember the sacrifices made beyond Remembrance Day itself.

Meeting with Warwickshire Police and Police and Crime Commissioner

Good to meet with the Police and Crime Commissioner, Inspector David Kettle and Chief Inspector Neil Harrison in Kenilworth today, to highlight issues raised by constituents and hear about the work that Warwickshire Police are doing to keep our communities safe.

Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce 2018 Conference

I enjoyed speaking at the Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce 2018 Conference at the Ricoh Arena today.

Coventry and Warwickshire has laid strong foundations for growth over the coming decades and must ensure all of its communities benefit from that.

Remembrance Reflections

One hundred years ago, the news of the Armistice was celebrated on these shores and the First World War came to an end. It was a brutal war. Millions of lives were lost, countless families were torn apart and the world was never the same again. 

Kenilworth Books

For Kenilworth Books to be selected as one of the 25 best Small Shops in the UK out of 100,000 is an outstanding achievement. It is testament to the hard work and commitment of staff and the vision they have driven forward.

Kenilworth Remembrance Service

I was very grateful to Harry Dumper, Head Boy at Kenilworth School, for laying my wreath at the Kenilworth Remembrance service. Harry was selected to lay the wreath by the Headmaster, Hayden Abbott.

Remembrance Service

One hundred years ago, the news of the Armistice was celebrated on these shores and the First World War came to an end. It was a brutal war. Millions of lives were lost, countless families were torn apart and the world was never the same again.