Craig raises rural broadband issues in North Warwickshire during Queen’s Speech Debate

North Warwickshire and Bedworth’s Member of Parliament Craig Tracey spoke in the Queen’s speech debate to raise awareness of the impact of broadband speeds in rural communities. The local MP called for rural communities to be given access to the best possible broadband as soon as possible and highlighted its importance to local families and businesses such as Prezzybox based in Austrey.

Importance of end of life care underlined by Eliot staff and local MP

The recent “Good Death Café” at the United Reformed Church, Nuneaton has been hailed a tremendous success as organisers and exhibitors spoke with over 200 people during the event about planning for ‘end of life’ in a positive and sensitive manner. The day was organised by George Eliot Hospital, Mary Ann Evans Hospice and Warwickshire North Clinical Commissioning Group to support ‘Dying Matters Awareness. The purpose of the hosting the Good Death Café in Nuneaton town centre was to raise awareness and provide helpful advice to the local public and professionals about dying, death and bereavement.