David Amess MP at Conservative Party Conference

David Amess spent two days at the Conservative Party Conference, meeting a number of interesting and influential people, such as the Welsh singer Charlotte Church pictured above. 

Southend West MP Urges Local residents to look after their sight

Local MP David Amess has visited the Royal National Institute of Blind People's futuristic sight loss simulator to experience at first hand common sight conditions and find out how he can work with RNIB to reduce the risk of sight loss for people in Southend West. 

David Amess MP Meets Dr Brian May

David Amess MP met Dr Brian May at this year’s Conservative Party Conference. Dr May, made famous as part of the band Queen, went on in later life to earn a PhD in astrophysics and is currently campaigning against badger culling. Dr May is also a life-long Conservative supporter.

David Supports the Troops

This year’s Social Action Zone at the Conservative Party conference focused on a ‘Support our Soldiers’ theme. Boxes were packed and will be sent in time for New Year to bring soldiers some ‘cheer for the New Year’. David Amess MP took part, along with other delegates including the Prime Minister.

Vote for Lily and Beau!

Vote for Lily and Beau, the Pugs belonging to David Amess, as they seek victory in the 20th Westminster Dog of the Year competition on Thursday 25th October, at Victoria Tower Gardens in London’s Westminster.

Southend Macmillan Morning

Macmillan Coffee Mornings were celebrated across the country last Friday morning and Southend more than played its part.

Maya's First Anniversary Party

Maya’s World Buffet & Bar held their 1st Anniversary Party on the 27th September, with a host of celebrities turning out to help them celebrate. Southend United showed up, with Freddie Eastwood and Chris Barker seemingly enjoying the food on offer. David Amess was in attendance and particularly enjoyed making his own stir fry at the live wok station.

Centenarians Celebrate with David Amess MP

Iveagh Hall saw a gathering of 15 local and special people on the 20th September; all of whom who had reached or even passed the centenarian landmark. This now annual event was enjoyed by all, with tea and cake consumed en masse. Centenarians were treated to classic karaoke and shared wonderful life stories.

Just One Dog Charity Launches

Local resident and owner of 6 rescue dogs; Jane Bingham has started a local charity called ‘Just One Dog’.