This month I marked English Tourism Week with a visit to Kenilworth Castle. English Tourism Week is an annual celebration of English Tourism, which aims to raise the profile of the industry and celebrate the value and quality of tourism in England.
Look out for these posters that appear in the 30 shops and outlets around Kenilworth taking part in the Rotary Easter Challenge. Entrants can buy an answer sheet (£1) from any of these outlets, and they will receive one clue.
As the Cabinet minister with responsibility for tourism, I know how important it is to many Parliamentary constituencies. It is a particular pleasure to have in my own a fantastic attraction like Kenilworth Castle and to visit it again during English Tourism week.
Despite the growing population and the increasing number of calls to both 111 and 999, West Midlands Ambulance Service have been able to maintain response times and improve the service they provide to those in need.
I recently visited the West Midlands Ambulance Service at the Warwick Ambulance Hub, to see their facilities first hand and to hear from them what it is like performing the vital duties they do for us all day to day.
Delighted to hear that the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government has confirmed over £9.5 million of funding through the Housing Infrastructure Fund for the new Kenilworth School. This money will help build a top class educational facility for our young people.
You will, hopefully, have heard of my “Buy a Gift in Kenilworth” campaign around Christmas, but our High Streets are for every day of the year, and especially this most recent Saturday (16 March), which was High Street Saturday.
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