Last week was a very busy week.
I welcomed Wybers Wood Primary School to Parliament and gave students a tour round, talking with them about Grimsby’s history as a constituency and the history of Parliament.
I asked a question in Department for Education Questions about strikes and the effect on students, and how they can complain about this if they feel their education has been detrimentally affected.
Residents at Chestnuts Care Centre invited me to visit & I saw the great care being provided there by the wonderful Chestnuts Team - a separate article about this is available on my website.
I received information about reading projects for children in Grimsby and will be working on setting those up locally - I'll be meeting with Cleethorpes Rotary soon to discuss the work they're doing on this, as they currently run a Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme.
I visited a resident in Grimsby to help her with an ongoing battle with overgrown trees.
The Civic Society held a talk at Grimsby Town Hall which I attended to receive an update on various local projects.
Local McDonalds franchise owner Mr Kloosterboer invited me to discuss a new initiative, GRIP, which he has set up to tackle ASB across the constituency.
Air Products gave an update to local MPs on their new hydrogen facility in the Humber.
I attended the Armed Forces Day celebrations on Saturday.
As always, if you need any help, get in touch.