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Conservative Party Conference

It was a grey, blustery and rain-soaked Manchester this week as we gathered for our annual autumn conference.  I am delighted to report, however, that the atmosphere was thoroughly upbeat and positive.

Cancer Waiting Times

One of my top priorities in Maidstone and The Weald, ever since the MASH campaigns started back in 2008, has been to protect and help improve our NHS services for local people. 

Minister to Come to Maidstone to Explain Thameslink Delay

Chris Heaton-Harris MP, the Trains Minister, will come to Maidstone for a round table meeting with commuters, local businesses and local authority representatives to discuss the continued delay to the City Thameslink service from Maidstone East. 

Maidstone Rough Sleeping Initiative

Nobody in modern Britain should ever have to sleep rough and all of us have a responsibility to help the most vulnerable people in our communities to get their lives back on track.

Housing and Transport Survey

Over the summer months, I have been out and about delivering my transport and housing surveys around Maidstone and The Weald.

School Funding Boost

I am lucky to have visited many of our fantastic schools in Maidstone and The Weald in recent months. At each one, I am inspired by the thoughtfulness of the students and the dedication of their wonderful teachers.

Rural Digital Connectivity

We are so fortunate in Maidstone and The Weald to have some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK right on our doorsteps.  Unfortunately, at times, the perfection of our rural surroundings can be tempered by poor digital connectivity.

MP Helen Grant Judges Sissinghurst Dog Show

A Glorious day in the village of Sissinghurst played host to the long running annual dog show once again over the bank holiday.  Reputedly running for over 100 years the event attracts pooch lovers from all over Kent seeking plaudits for their furry friends.

Our NHS

Our NHS is so cherished across the nation because, perhaps without exception, we all have such intimate personal experiences, often in times of great emotion and pain; getting us through emergencies, caring for an elderly relative, managing the multitude of modern cancer threats, or helping bring