112017Apr

New proposals from Ofcom

Last month Ofcom set out a set of new proposals. They want it to be a requirement that providers of broadband and phone services should pay automatic compensation to customers who suffer from delayed repairs, appointments that are missed or delays in starting new services. Ofcom are consulting till the 5th of June and are…

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312017Mar

Busy Friday school visits

As part of my busy Friday schedule I visited St Mary’s Broughton Gifford Primary School, The Manor Primary in Melksham and St Paul’s Primary School in Chippenham. I talked to pupils about my role as an MP in Parliament and answered a vary interesting and diverse of questions plus listened to what they want for…

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312017Mar

Visiting the Bath RUH

Recently I visit Bath Royal United Hospital and met with the Chair of the board of Directors. We discussed the challenges facing the hospital particularly the strains on our adult social care which have a knock on impact on our NHS provision. We also discussed the impact of Sustainability and Transformation plans on our constituency….

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182017Mar

Visiting Neston Primary School

I had the pleasure of meeting with Neston Primary’s Children’s Leadership Team last Friday to discuss democracy, Parliament and their thoughts on our local area and country. Most importantly we discussed the importance of road safety and the need for a reduced speed limit outside their school. You can read more by visiting their website…

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172017Mar

The Green Cafe in Lacock

Last weekend, I went to the ‘Green Cafe’ which is hosted by the Cornerstone Cafe (formerly the Carpenters Arms) in Lacock. This is an exciting new project initiated by St Cyriacs’ and St Annes’ church. The cafe provides a regular monthly opportunity to meet others over a cup of tea combatting loneliness and building a…

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