Supporting local communities and businesses

We are lucky to live in one of the most beautiful places in Britain and we need to work together to keep our towns and villages vibrant. I work closely with Parish Councils and community groups throughout the constituency to ensure that our towns and villages are great places to live, work and visit. 

News

Greg seeks extra support for hospitality

Greg has asked for extra support to be provided for hospitality businesses who have been unable to trade during what would usually be their most lucrative time of year. 

Greg supports Small Business Saturday

Greg visited a number of independent retailers along St John's to mark Small Business Saturday today, during what has been an difficult year for most retailers.

Greg backs Times of Tunbridge Wells free ad boost for local businesses

Greg has praised the Times of Tunbridge Wells for its community spirit after the local paper decided it would print a bumper edition carrying almost 100 free adverts for local businesses, many of which have been hit hard by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions in place to tackle

Covid tiers must reflect local situation

Greg has asked for the Secretary of State for Health to take local infection rates and community travel patterns into account, instead of county-wide administrative boundaries, when it comes to applying new tiered restrictions on 2 December, during a joint session of the Science and Technology Se

Greg attends Remembrance Sunday services

Greg attended Remembrance Sunday services at the Tunbridge Wells War Memorial and Crematorium today to pay tribute to all those men and women of the armed forces, as well as civilians, who lost their lives in service to their country. 

 

 

Greg calls time on Commercial Road Scheme

Greg has issued a joint letter calling for the Active Travel Fund scheme in Paddock Wood that has turned the street into a one-way system to be “suspended as soon as possible.”

Greg unveils new flexible working offices

Greg was invited to open a new block of serviced offices today, an investment he has described as a “vote of confidence” in Tunbridge Wells despite the impact of the pandemic.