Positive Employment Figures

Encouraging new and independent employment figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) have illustrated that despite some Brexit uncertainty, the economy remains stable and robust, in terms of employment and wage growth.

Citizens Advice Service

Anyone who applies for Universal Credit (UC) knows how complicated filling in the appropriate forms can be; however, I am happy to announce that constituents can seek help with such forms with Help to Claim with Citizens Advice, Daventry.

Update on Moulton College

As many of you may be aware, Moulton College has been going through a troublesome period over recent months. This situation has worried me, and so I have been in constant contact with the Department for Education, This week I received an update from the Rt.

Consultation on the Future of Pitsford Village

Daventry District Council will be undertaking further focused public consultation on the draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan for Pitsford village for a period of six weeks, which began on Monday 27th May.

Update on Local Governance in Northamptonshire

Last week I received a letter from the Rt. Hon. James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Housing Communities and Local Government, updating me on the change in Local Government across Northamptonshire. 

Cherry Trees for Schools

On the 1st September 2017, UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced in Tokyo that the years 2019-2020 would mark the Japan-UK Season of Culture.

Mental Health Awareness Week

I am encouraging people to come together for Mental Health Awareness Week, to listen to others and to highlight the support that is available to those who need it most. 

Local Schools have the Chance to win £20,000

Asda are committed to doing their bit to tackle the huge issue of plastic waste in the UK. Doing the right thing means inspiring the next generation by leaving the planet in the best shape possible.