This week, the Government announced £100million nationwide to fix potholes caused by the adverse winter weather and £2.5million of that has come to Somerset. This will be very welcome news for local motorists and cyclists who will be only too aware of how many potholes there are in our roads.
The attack in Salisbury, probably by Russia, cannot be something that we take lightly. As terrifying as it may be to consider prolonged disagreement with Putin, we cannot allow foreign powers to carry out attacks on UK sovereign territory and that injure British nationals.
Last week’s weather was pretty epic and caused huge excitement for my children who got the thrill of their first school Snow Days. Yet for all the excitement in households with children, there was also some really serious work going on to make sure that essential services were maintained.
Wells MP James Heappey is joining with one of the UK’s leading disability charities to encourage local employers to be more open to recruiting disabled people and disabled people to be more confident about their employability.
Ahead of today's Somerset Partnership NHS Trust board meeting, MP James Heappey spoke to Chief Executive Peter Lewis to check on the progress of re-opening the beds at Shepton Mallet Community Hospital.