[11/08/2016 | No comment]


I visited The Centre for Fun and Families earlier today to hear about the great work they do to help families, children and teenagers cope with a range of problems including mental health. The charity provides training for professionals and specialist group work programmes for children and their parents.

[04/07/2016 | No comment]


Each year, Tesco supermarket holds food collections to donate to those in need. I visited my local supermarket to support the work Tesco have been doing towards this important cause and would encourage everyone to look out for the collection and donate.

[13/06/2016 | No comment]


On Friday 3rd June, I met with Janak, a local constituent and Ambassador for the Wave Trust’s 70/30 campaign. This aims to reduce child maltreatment by 70% by 2030 through prevention and early intervention and by bringing all the local health, education and children’s services together. I am proud of the work Janak and the Wave Trust are doing and hope that more people get involved.

[25/05/2016 | No comment]


On Friday 20th May I held a community meeting in Braunstone Frith to hear people’s views about the changes that First Bus has made to local bus services. Residents are really concerned that these changes will make it harder for elderly and disabled people to go into town or visit their GP, and for those who depend on local buses to get to work.

The Number 12 has been in service for many years and has become part of the local community. That is why I will be working with First Bus, Leicester City Council and other bus companies to see what can be done to ensure Braunstone Frith has the bus services it needs. You can read more about this story here.

If you have concerns about changes to First Bus services, please do get in touch with my office either by writing to 42 Narborough Road, Leicester, LE3 0BQ, via email at {at} parliament(.)uk or phone on 0116 2044980.

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