Improving transport links for Manea, March and Whittlesey stations

Improving transport links for Manea, March and Whittlesey stations is an area I continue to highlight to both local and national stakeholders. The latest update from Fenland Council on planned improvements to Manea and Whittlesey stations is enclosed. I also think there is scope to do more at March station including the space where the prefab …

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#BackBritishFarming

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Great to see so many colleagues in Parliament last week supporting #BackBritishFarming As we take back control of our laws from the EU under Brexit a key focus locally is on ensuring we support the farming community. This is critical to our local economy in the Fens,  and to delivering improvements to environmental standards. I recently had …

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The Next Phase for Wisbech Rail

Letter from Department for Transport

I have been chasing up the start date for the next phase of Wisbech Rail work, as we secured the good news in February of£3.2 million funding from the combined authority. I am now told that the start date has been put back a month to October but assured that it should not be later than this. …

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Continuing to Support our Local Minor Injury Units

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Supporting our local Minor Injury Units and providing more care locally rather than long journeys to acute hospitals outside the constituency is a key priority of mine. So I am delighted that Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG has announced funding to extend the local and urgent care services at Ely which nearly 13,500 patients used last …

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Stop the Traffik Campaign

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Tackling the devastating impact of modern slavery is an issue that I have highlighted both in Parliament and locally by hosting the Modern Slavery Summit in Wisbech. Stop the Traffik are running a targeted campaign with the Lithuanian community in Fenland to help them to enhance their knowledge and ascertain the effectiveness of the campaign. …

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