I recently met with Paul Maynard, Minister for Courts and Legal Aid at the Ministry of Justice, and Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk to discuss concerns about access to justice in Bury St Edmunds.
I was delighted to attend the launch of the Primary Futures Parliamentary Champion programme, a major cross-party initiative that aims to raise the aspirations and broaden the horizons of primary school children.
I was interested to learn about the work being done on accessibility and inclusion in rail, hosted by the Rail Delivery Group, which represents train operators and Network Rail at a recent event in Parliament.
This year’s Suffolk Show once again highlighted the best that our county has to offer. Whether it was food, farming or agricultural heritage, there was something on offer for everyone. I am incredibly proud to represent a constituency that makes such a rich contribution in all of these areas.
It was fantastic to hold my second Older Person’s Fair in Bury St Edmunds and fourth overall. They are a really good way of bringing together organisations and charities to highlight local services for older people. It shone a spotlight on activities and opportunities in the local community.