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Cancer Research UK

On Friday, I was privileged to meet Cancer Research UK funded scientists in Southampton to learn more about their life-saving work.

Inpsire Business Awards

Ahead of the upcoming Autumn Statement, it was really helpful - and uplifting - to meet local businesses of all sizes alongside Hart District Council at the Inspire Business Awards.

Hook in Bloom

Though it was a wet day, it was a delight to be in Hook for one of the regular planting sessions held by Hook In Bloom.

Fleet Pond Visit

I often take walks around North East Hampshire with my wife and little daughter, so it was great to be treated to a tour of Fleet Pond by Colin Gray, Chairman of the Fleet Pond Society, where I found out more about their future plans for one of the most lovely corners of the constituency.

Odiham Art Exhibition

I was taken aback by the artwork on display at the Odiham Art Exhibition last Friday evening. The number of themed collections and the clear talent that local artists showed was, simply, brilliant.

Patient Participation Group

Whitewater Health Partnership serves local people across Hook and Hartley Wintney as part of the North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group.

Sherfield School Visits

As it happens, I've met pupils and staff from Sherfield School twice in the last month - and it's been a real pleasure on both occasions.

North Hampshire Medical Fund

Local supporters of the North Hampshire Medical Fund met at the Candover Clinic this evening to see how their efforts and donations have been put to good use for Hampshire Hospitals' patients in North East Hampshire and further afield - such as reducing the need for overnight stays or travel to S

In Bloom Flower and Produce Show

Earlier this month, I attended the ‘In Bloom’ and Flower and Produce Show at the Hook Community Centre. It was a delight to see such an array of locally grown produce and such lovely displays of flowers.

Better ambulances for North East Hampshire

Better ambulances for North East Hampshire

Last month it was announced that the South East Coast Ambulance Service will no longer be providing North East Hampshire with non-emergency transport after losing their contract.