Opening of the Chapel of Unity at Coventry Cathedral

Honoured to be invited to re-open the Chapel of Unity at Coventry Cathedral this month. The remedial work was completed earlier this year following a grant of £870,000 from the Treasury's First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund.

Supporting the Royal British Legion

I was concerned to hear that our local branch of the Royal British Legion is under threat from a lack of members. In the last four years the numbers have dropped from around 150 to just 23.

Kenilworth Arts Festival

Kenilworth Arts Festival returns for its third edition from the 20th - 29th September, with a programme of over 30 fantastic events taking place in different venues around the town.

Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days are England’s largest festival of history and culture, with events occurring across the nation in the first two weekends of September.

Kellogg's Breakfast Awards

Nominations for the Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Awards are now open. The purpose of the Awards is to celebrate best practice in breakfast club provision and recognise the role played by the schools, teachers, parents and children in helping them run.

Wellesbourne and Kineton open surgeries

It was good to meet with a number of constituents at the open surgeries I held in Wellesbourne and Kineton today. Cllr Anne Parry, Cllr Danny Kendall and Cllr Chris Mills were also there to assist those who came along from the local area.


It was great to meet David Clarke of Warwick Music Group and hear all about “pTrumpet” - an innovative plastic trumpet designed in the UK and produced by a British company

Tour of Britain

Proud to see the stunning scenery around Kenilworth and Southam being showcased today as part of today’s Tour of Britain stage 4.

Right to Buy - Deadline Approaching

The Right to Buy for council tenants introduced in the 1980s allowed many people to own the homes they and their families had grown up in.