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 Saturday 16 March, which is High Street Saturday.
Everyone should have the chance to do what they do best, which can only benefit us as a society. There are still too many barriers put in the way of half of the global population for no good reason. Let us all commit on this International Women’s Day to keep working to bring those barriers down.
Last week I met with members of CW10 at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon. CW10 is an informal network of senior representatives of leading heritage, museum, performance and arts organisations in the Coventry and Warwickshire area.
Fantastic to see that Kite is training to become a fully fledged guide dog. Kite is named after local charity collector, Margaret Kite, who has been awarded the British Empire Medal for her services to the charity sector.
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