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East West Expressway - Corridor Announcement

The Department for Transport announced today their choice of the East West Expressway corridor which has options to pass either west or east of Oxford and is expected to take up to 40 minutes off the journey between the A34 south of Oxford and the M1.  In addition the new link will be built close

MK Springers – Tumbling Forward to 2022

Based on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, MK Springers Gymnastics Club is certainly an incredible facility.  Established 14 years ago, the club boasts 1200 members ranging from 6 months old to national champions.  

Wages Continue to Rise

Delighted to see wages are rising faster than expected. Over the past four months they have continued to outstrip inflation.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed, excluding bonuses, wages grew by 2.9%, well above the inflation rate.

Going Pink

Westminster was awash with pink last week in the run up to Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink campaign, taking place on Friday 19 October.

Over 200 parliamentarians took part, encouraging people across the UK to get involved and raise money for Breast Cancer Now.

Brooklands Health Centre Opens its Doors

The scale of the new bespoke building is very impressive, both internally and externally. Situated over three floors, the new multi-million pound Brooklands Health Centre houses a pharmacy, dentist and chiropractor, with plans to add more services in the future.

Brooklands Health Centre Opens its Doors

The three storey new medical centre to be known as the Brooklands Health Centre opens it doors on Monday 10th September, providing a pharmacy, dental service and chiropractor.  

MPs Welcome Government’s Rough Sleeping Strategy

Both Iain Stewart MP and I welcome the Government’s new Rough Sleeping Strategy backed by £100 million of funding.

The strategy sets out the next steps towards achieving the aim of supporting everyone off the streets and into a home, and to end rough sleeping entirely by across 2027.

The Past is Revealed in Clifton Reynes

Two Neolithic cursus monuments have been discovered just eleven miles from Milton Keynes. The site near Clifton Reynes has revealed, thanks to the exceptionally dry weather, one of the oldest monument types in England dating from between 3000 – 3600BC.