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North Farm to get some traffic improvements before Christmas

The working group, set up to consider traffic issues at the North Farm Industrial Estate, met at the Town Hall. Chaired by Greg, the meeting was attended by representatives from the business community, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and Kent County Council.

MPs raise concerns about rail fares with Southeastern

MPs representing constituencies along the Hastings Line, including Greg, wrote the following letter to the Managing Director of Southeastern to raise concerns about rail fare increases:

 

01 November 2011

Charles Horton

Managing Director

Southeastern

Ground breaking celebration at Skinners' Kent Academy

Greg was presented with an apple tree by Skinners' Kent Acdemy when he attended their ground breaking event marking the start of work on their new state-of-the-art school building.

 Greg said:

Greg visits Ashurst's new Sports Ground

Greg was given a tour of the new Sports Ground in Ashurst by members of the Ashurst and Blackham Sports Association.  The Ground is already being used by football and stoolball teams, and it is hoped that it will eventually provide a wide range of sporting activities.

Greg presented with speed limit petition in Capel

During a visit to Capel Primary School, Greg was presented with a petition from local residents which calls for a speed limit reduction along the B2017 road, outside the School.  Earlier this year, one of the pupils was hit by a car walking to school.

Greg meets with Morrisons' Chief Executive

Commenting on his meeting with Morrisons' Chief Executive Dalton Philips at the company's Bradford Headquarters on Thursday 18 August, MP for Tunbridge Wells, Greg Clark, said: