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Sir David visits Earls Hall Primary

Southend West MP, Sir David Amess, visited Earls Hall Primary in Westcliff on Monday 6th February. Along with Southend Cllr Meg Davidson, they were shown around the school by Headteacher Matt Badcock in order to speak to members of staff and pupils.

 

Local Church holds charity sale

On Saturday 4th February Sir David visited St Clement’s Church for their charity bring & buy sale. The MP was delighted to meet various members of the local community including parishioners.

Local MP visits Visual Arts Exhibition

On Friday 3rd February Sir David attended a preview evening of the Visual Arts Exhibition that is running from 4-28 February at Southend Central Museum.

Calling all the talented of Southend!

As part of the Alternative City of Culture 2017 celebrations, Sir David Amess MP is holding a Local Talent Contest on Thursday 30th March at the Arlington Ballroom to find the next star of Southend.

 

Sir David raises concerns about new pound coin in Parliament

On Thursday 2nd February Sir David Amess shared his concerns about public awareness of the introduction of the new pound coin in March. The local MP asked The Leader of the House of Commons, The Rt Hon David Lidington MP, to find time for a debate on the matter.

 

Local MP supports World Cancer Day 2017

Sir David Amess attended an event in Parliament on Wednesday 1st February to show his support for World Cancer Day on Saturday 4th February 2017.

 

Reporting Non-Emergency Crime

Following a recent meeting between Sir David and the Police Crime and Commissioner for Essex, Roger Hirst, anyone seeking to track the progress of reporting a non-emergency crime should use the online service rather than dialling the 101 service as you are more likely to have a quicker response.

‘A New Era for Stroke’ campaign backed by local MP

Southend West MP, Sir David Amess, attended a parliamentary reception on Tuesday 31st January hosted by the Stroke Association. The event raised awareness of the association’s new campaign ‘A New Era for Stroke’ which was founded on the concerns about the future of stroke services.