Meeting with Justine Greening

A message from children at Peckover School in Wisbech went to the corridors of power after I met with Justine Greening, the Secretary of State for International Development. I recently visited Peckover School and discussed with students their involvement in a global campaign to address the 58 million children around the world who currently do …

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Update: Train noise misery to March residents – Raising concerns with the Chief Executive of Network Rail and the Rail Regulator

I have reported Network Rail to the Rail Regulator after I uncovered new information which revealed that they have brushed off residents’ concerns with false information. Trains sitting for over an hour with their engines running yards from homes in Landau Way, March has been a cause of considerable distress to residents affected by the …

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Update: Train noise misery for March residents

Update: I have received a reply from Network Rail: I have now written to Abellio Greater Anglia asking them to look into my concerns and hope that action will be taken to alleviate the situation which is causing misery to my constituents living in Landau Way. Original Post from 5 July 2015: I’m calling for …

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Visit to Peckover Primary School

I recently visited Peckover Primary School in Wisbech where I was lobbied by year 5 pupils on why there are still 58 million children worldwide not going to school. In 2000 world leaders promised that by 2015 every child would be going to school. At the current rate of progress it will be 2086 before …

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Meeting with Barclays’ representatives to discuss planned closure of Littleport branch

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Last Thursday I, along with three Littleport Councillors, David Ambrose-Smith, Christine Ambrose-Smith and Jo Webber met with Barclays representatives, Kathryn Kitson (Community Leader for North West Anglia) and Irene East (Head of Corporate Relations, Eastern Region) at the House of Commons to discuss the closure of the Barclay’s branch in Littleport. The Littleport branch is …

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Visit to Clarkson Infant and Nursery School

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This week I enjoyed meeting with pupils at Clarkson Infant and Nursery School. I was quizzed by year two pupils on the role of an MP and about what it is like to work in the Houses of Parliament. I was asked a range of excellent questions, including some light hearted ones like whether I …

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Visit to the Tydd St Giles county fair

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Last Saturday I had the pleasure of attending the first Tydd St Giles country fair. This was a great community event and was really well attended. I received a plaque from Rex Mallett, Chairman of the playground to present to Grant Long whose wife Sheila sadly passed away in 2013. Shelia started fundraising for new …

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