Edward joined a cross-party Parliamentary event to meet with representatives of the Anthony Nolan Trust to discuss their work and campaigns, and to recognise the number of people who are registered as stem cell donors.
Edward has continued to make the case in Parliament for NHS England to rethink their proposals to close Glenfield Hospital's Childrens' Heart Unit, as part of the cross-party, and community, campaign to get them to think again.
Edward has met with supporters of Guide Dogs in Parliament at an event to highlight their work and to draw attention to their 'Streets Ahead' campaign, aimed at making our streets safer and easier to get around by blind or partially-signed people, and people with a guide dog.
Edward has met with National Farmers' Union (NFU) President, Meurig Raymond, and representatives of the NFU in the East Midlands in Parliament to highlight the importance of British farming to our economy, our countryside, and to our communities.
Edward has joined with local people in Rearsby in opposing plans for another 66 properties proposed for a green field site between Rearsby and East Goscote, submitting his formal written objections to Charnwood Borough Council.
Edward has joined other Leicestershire and Leicester MPs on a tour of the brand new Emergency Department at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, which is due to open to patients next week and which will be the most modern A&E in the country.
Edward has met with members of the Kirby Muxloe M1 Interest Group to discuss the noise and pollution experienced by local residents, particularly in Vicarage Close, Glenfield Lane, and nearby streets, from the heavy traffic on the M1.