Greg has called for High Brooms station to be made step-free, after the Government announced up to £300 million of funding for the 'Access to All' programme – which pays for access improvements at stations.
Greg was interested to hear about a number of new projects that the Domestic Abuse Volunteer Support Service (DAVSS) has underway during a visit to meet the charity's new Chief Executive, Henu Cummins.
Greg and Tonbridge MP Tom Tugendhat have issued a joint letter to the Department of Transport in which they question the effectiveness of the current regulatory framework in combating aircraft noise and highlight the impact of this noise is having on their constituents.
Last Friday Greg visited local motorsport firms, Jota Sport and Jota Advanced Engineering. Since being founded just eighteen years ago, Jota has already earned an enviable reputation, becoming internationally respected on the racing circuit.
Greg was delighted to start a sponsored walk which was raising funds for Tunbridge Wells Youth Football Club to build a new clubhouse. Over 60 people took part in this event which raised a fantastic £6,000.
Greg attended the second annual Tunbridge Wells chess tournament, sponsored by Savills, which attracted two International Grand Masters and two International Masters, as well as one of the most promising young players in the UK, nine year old Shreyas Royal.