Sir David’s planned local surgery will be going ahead tomorrow despite the disruptive weather. The session will take place at Iveagh Hall, Leigh-on-Sea from 9am until midday as usual.

No need to book – Sir David will see you on a first come, first served basis.

Local MP meets digital safety ambassadors in Parliament

On Wednesday 21st February, Sir David Amess MP attended a reception in Parliament with Facebook and youth charities, Childnet International and The Diana Award. The reception celebrated the roll-out of a major programme to offer every UK secondary school dedicated digital safety ambassadors.

Cappuccino Challenge Raises Dyslexia Awareness

Dyslexia affects an estimated ten per cent of the population and, on Tuesday 20th February, Sir David joined the British Dyslexia Association to raise awareness of the condition. 

Sir David promotes Changing Places Campaign

On Tuesday 20th February, Sir David joined The Changing Places Consortium to highlight the need for changing spaces for those who cannot use standard accessible toilets. 

Sir David visits Southend Airport Business Park

Sir David visited the site of the new Airport Business Park on Friday 9th February to see the development for himself. He was accompanied by Southend Council Leader John Lamb and Cllr Ann Holland and the group were given a guided tour of the site by Harry Bunbury of Henry Boot Construction.

Singing Birds a Delight

Sir David Amess was delighted to attend a concert by the Orpheus Singers last Saturday. The choir were joined by Rainham Ladies, Cantare and Boreham Ladies for an evening devoted to the female voice.