Parliamentary Newsletter – July 2016

Here is a link to my most recent Parliamentary Newsletter – http://anncoffeymp.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Parliamentary-Newsletter-July-2016.pdf

Pantry at Number 5

I popped down to visit The Pantry at No 5 in Bridgehall recently and it was great to meet all the volunteers. The Pantry is delivering fantastic savings on shopping for people in Bridgehall, and now has almost 150 local … Continue reading

Thank you Kath

Adswood Primary School Headteacher, Kath Conwell, retires at the end of this term after 11 wonderful years and I went into school to thank her for all she has done to give so many children a love of learning. Under … Continue reading

Visiting Noah Arts Festival at St George’s Church

I was really pleased to visit the Noah Festival at St George’s Church earlier this month. The Noah Festival was a successful week-long arts festival in the church, which featured fabulous artistic and craft contributions from local schools, nurseries and community … Continue reading

Celebrating National Employee Ownership Day

I was delighted to visit Rowlinson Knitwear earlier this month on National Employee Ownership Day (1st July) to celebrate the company’s employee-owned status. Rowlinson Knitwear is a specialist knitwear company based on Woodbank Mills, off Turncroft Lane and the firm has … Continue reading

Meeting Stockport Cancer Ambassadors in Westminster

Last week, I got the chance to meet up with local Stockport residents, Mark Angus and Sarah Lloyd, in Westminster for Cancer Research UK’s Parliament day. Mark and Sarah are both volunteer ambassadors for Cancer Research UK and they spoke … Continue reading

Stockport Express Column – July 2016

Since the momentous vote to leave the EU I have had many conversations and emails from people expressing their concerns and worries about the future. It has divided people in Stockport as elsewhere with young people particularly upset about the … Continue reading

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