Sixth form talk at Kimbolton School

Last week, I hopped just over the constituency border to Kimbolton School to give a talk on my role as a Member of Parliament and to answer many excellent questions from the sixth form students as part of their studies, and given that a good number of young people from Corby & East Northampto

A14/A45 littering update

A number of local people have understandably raised the issue of litter along the A14 and the A45 and so I thought it might be useful to provide a quick update on recent work undertaken by East Northamptonshire Council to address this on their stretches of these roads.

The Woodland Trust parliamentary reception

I enjoyed attending the Woodland Trust’s parliamentary reception the other week to find out more about plans for increasing tree cover in the future, in particular as part of our strategy to help tackle climate change - with so many stunning woodland areas locally, it was useful to talk about how

Wellingborough horses saved

I was very relieved to hear that the horses that had been abandoned and left in squalid conditions in Wellingborough and towards the edge of Irthlingborough have been saved and moved to rescue centres, having been contacted by a number of constituents about this and having pressed the RSPCA in pa

National Lottery Community Fund - £2.28 million invested in our area!

Having attended The National Lottery Community Fund’s reception in Parliament recently, I was delighted to learn that Corby & East Northamptonshire has been awarded £2.28 million in funding from the organisation over the last five years, in support of so many excellent causes and community pr

It's World Book Day

As part of World Book Day, I was delighted to attend a parliamentary event to celebrate the books that have been chosen this year.

ParkLives event

It was good to learn more about ParkLives at their recent reception in Parliament - a great initiative, which offers free activities for all in local parks.