Your local Hitchin Conservatives team today held a street stall in Hitchin Market Square. We discussed a variety of issues - from Churchgate to parking to Brexit and other national issues, and gave people the opportunity to fill in our survey on what they'd like to see done in their local area.
This morning Bim met with the Chair of the Office for Road and Rail (ORR), Professor Stephen Glister. The ORR acts as the rail regulator. He is soon due to publish his final report into the reasons for the timetable disaster of this summer.
Bim recently spoke at the Herts Chamber of Commerce October Lunch. Bim said, "Herts Chamber of Commerce is a fantastic organisation well positioned to open doors and forge business relationships from different business sectors.
Harpenden branch hosted Andrew Bowie, MP for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, at their annual Harpenden Supper. Andrew was the first of the 2017 intake to become a PPS, serving in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo Conservative Councillor David Barnard has been supporting a project to put up plaques in Offley and Cockenhoe ahead of the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War.
The County Council have recently announced an extra £29 million investment in our local roads between now and 2022. This investment will have significant benefits for the roads of Hitchin and Harpenden.
Bim greatly enjoyed going to the River Lea in Wheathampstead with the Herts & Middlesex wildlife trust. He has been working with them to help support our chalk rivers - a very rare asset of which the River Lea is a wonderful example.
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