Craig Tracey MP has praised North Warwickshire schools as it has been revealed our local community is one of the best performing areas for pupils attending good or outstanding schools since 2010 – figures show an increase of nearly 8,000.
Local Member of Parliament Craig Tracey has called on Transport Ministers to ensure a notorious accident blackspot in our community receives part of a new Road Safety Fund which is linked to HS2 Phase one affected areas.
Brexit continues to dominate politics in the UK as one of the most significant issues facing the country in a generation. As I outlined during the referendum this was not be an easy process with uncertain times in the short-term, and we are still at this stage.
Small Business Saturday is taking place on 2nd December, it is an annual event which encourages people to shop locally and celebrates the contributions that small businesses make to the community, economy and jobs.
Innovative projects to improve the safety of road users and pedestrians have been heard in Parliament as part of an AIRSO (Association of Industrial Road Safety Officers) initiative in honour of Sean Morley a local student who was killed in a hit and run in 2012.
Friday 13th was Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day and October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This disease is the most common form of cancer in the UK with someone diagnosed every 10 minutes. In the West Midlands Over 5500 people were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 alone.
My next open advice surgery is taking place in two weeks at the Gurdwara Dhan Dhan Baba Vadbhag Singh Ji Bedworth, 6 Bayton Road, Exhall, Bedworth CV7 9EJ on Friday 27 October 4-6pm. All welcome to come and raise any local issues with me.