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Support is available for mental ill-health

Greg has used his regular column with the Times of Tunbridge Wells to acknowledge the serious impact Covid-19 has had on the mental wellbeing of many people and to urge anyone who feels as if they are suffering from mental ill health to not be afraid or embarrassed to seek help.

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.

Greg urges constituents to keep dining out to support local businesses

Greg has called on constituents to keep supporting their local eateries after figures revealed diners in Tunbridge Wells took full advantage of the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out programme over August, with almost 100,000 meals discounted under the scheme.

Figures reveal almost £90,000,000 Covid support

New figures have revealed the full extent of the Government’s support for local businesses, employees and the self-employed in the Tunbridge Wells constituency during the Covid-19 crisis.

Greg secures acceleration of safety upgrade to A21

Greg has welcomed a decision by Highways England to bring forward by five years comprehensive plans to upgrade safety along the route following a meeting between MPs and the Roads Minister in June in which the case was made to advance the works.

Greg visits Goudhurst Primary School

Greg paid a visit to Goudhurst Primary School today following an invite from Executive Headteacher, Lindsay Roberts, to see the great progress the school has taken in adapting to Covid-19 and social distancing measures.

Greg secures reduction in roadworks schedule

After writing to SGN to raise his concerns over the impact the proposed 22-weeks of planned roadworks on Calverley Road on local shops and residents, Greg has welcomed the company's has announcement it will cut the length of time it will spend upgrading its gas mains by 8 weeks.