MP Visits Grove House School

There is something very special about a town where people take the time to look after those most in need, especially its children.

Good News In Budget

Last month the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, a former Shenfield High School pupil, gave his third Budget. Fiscal Phil – who I understand was a patron of Ye Olde Green Dragon in former days – has developed a reputation for calculated thrift and studied caution.

Brentwood Care Agency Given Outstanding rating by CQC

Great news from the Care Quality Commission, which has rated Home Instead Senior Care in Brentwood to be Outstanding following a recent inspection. Home Instead is an agency providing personal care to older adults living in their own homes.

Blindfold Challenge on Brentwood High Street

I find myself on Brentwood High Street several times a week for shopping trips and meetings for work and would say I am reasonably familiar with its layout.

Outstanding Service to the Brentwood Community

The Havering and Brentwood Bereavement Service, based in Brentwood, offers an outstanding service to the community, offering support and counselling to children and adults who have been recently bereaved or who ahve undergone traumatic times.

Funding Application for Brentwood Station Lift

One of the first campaigns in which I became involved when I was elected as MP for Brentwood and Ongar in June 2017 was the fight for a lift to be installed on Platform 4 at Brentwood Station.

A Town That Cares

This month we have been handed a petition signed by more than a thousand local people calling for more to be done to tackle rough-sleeping and anti-social behaviour in shopping areas in the Borough of Brentwood.

MP Launches Christmas Card Competition

The extensive woodlands of the Brentwood and Ongar constituency are adopting their Autumn mantle of red and gold, pumpkins are swelling in gardens and on allotments with the promise of Hallowe’en and our farmers are justly congratulating themselves on a harvest safely gathered.

End of Austerity

The Party Conference season is behind us and it’s back to usual hours in Parliament for what promises to be an extraordinary few weeks as the Government reaches a crucial point in the Brexit negotiations.