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Greg visits the Clarke Tinwhistle company

Greg enjoyed visiting one of the oldest manufacturing companies in Kent which has been producing tinwhistles since 1843 – around the time Charles Dickens wrote 'A Christmas Carol'.

Greg on local farm visit

Greg met with local members of the National Farmers Union to discuss current issues affecting their businesses.

The meeting took place on a free range egg farm near Bedgebury, Fridays Ltd, which is one of the three biggest egg producers and packers in the country.

Greg visits Skinners Kent Academy

Greg met the Sixth Form of Skinners Kent Academy to talk about working in politics as part of their careers programme.

Greg meets with Gatwick, NATS and the CAA

Greg met up with Gatwick, NATS and the CAA last week to discuss the underwhelming impact the recently implemented Arrivals Review has had on reducing aircraft noise over the Tunbridge Wells area, which many constituents still believe to be too loud. 

Greg intervenes to obtain action to sort out power cuts in Lamberhurst Down

After local residents and representatives from Lamberhurst Parish Council came to see Greg at one of his advice surgeries to raise concerns about ongoing and frequent power cuts in Lamberhurst Down, he contacted the Chief Executive of UK Power Networks, Basil Scarsella, to ask for urgent action.

A21 Next Steps

"So, what's next?" It's a question I've been asked a lot recently, now the A21 flows fast and free. The truth is we've only just started.

Greg visits Paddock Wood company

Greg met with Ben Dale, Director of Jestic – the UK's largest supplier of fast food equipment.  The company also specialises in open-plan food preparation equipment which allows restaurant customers to be immersed in the theatre of cooking.

Greg visits Mascalls School

Greg enjoyed meeting a group of sixth formers during a visit to Mascalls School in Paddock Wood.

The school made a short film of Greg's visit which you can see here.