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Greg toasts the revamped John Brunt VC

Greg was delighted to attended the reopening of the John Brunt VC Pub in Paddock Wood today following a £480,000 revamp by Heineken-owned Star Pubs & Bars.

Greg chairs A21 safety meeting

Greg held a meeting with representatives of Highways England, Kent County Council, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and Tunbridge Wells Bicycle Users’ Group today, to address the issue of safety along the new section of the A21 and its cycle path.

Greg visits Spotted Zebra for British Science Week

Greg marked British Science Week in his constituency by the technology firm Spotted Zebra in Tunbridge Wells. The company, which counts Sky, Jaguar Land Rover and Christian Dior among its clients, is a pioneer in virtual reality, augmented reality and touch screen technology.

Chemistry lesson in session at Parliament

Greg met with representatives from the Royal Society of Chemistry to draw attention to the importance of scientific research in solving challenges that affect constituents in Tunbridge Wells as well as globally.

Victory in Access for All campaign

Following his campaign to secure step-free access at High Brooms Station, which began in July last year, Greg is pleased to announced the government has given the thumbs up to £785,000 of investment in High Brooms Station following a successful bid for the station to be included in the Government

Greg addresses flooding in latest column

Greg has used his latest column in the Times of Tunbridge Wells to address the issue of flooding in the constituency following storms Dennis and Ciara. 

Boy racer menace at Knights Park to be curbed

Residents of Knights Wood have for months now been kept awake by the use of the car-park at the Odeon Cinema, Frankie & Benny’s restaurant and Nuffield Health Gym as a car racetrack late at night and into the early hours of the morning.  Following residents’ requests, Greg, together with the

Greg chairs A21 reference Group meeting

Members of the A21 Reference Group met in Parliament today to step up their campaign to see the road dualled all the way to the South coast.