Edward has visited the successful Rearsby-based local business, W.F.Howes Ltd, the UK's leading audiobook, digital services, and large print publisher to hear about the business, meet staff, and record part of an audiobook.
Leicestershire delicacies like Cheddar cheese and Melton Mowbray pork pies are renowned as traditional British foods and are exported across the world, and at an event in Parliament this week Edward took the opportunity to hear more about the Protected Name Products scheme which gives them specia
Edward has joined the fund-raising team from St Leonard's Church, Swithland along with bell-ringers, parishioners, and local people, for the church's open morning to add his support to the campaign to raise money for the restoration of the church's bells and to attract new bell-ringers to the tea
Edward has joined representatives of Parkinson's UK and fellow parliamentarians for the launch of a new report: Mental Health Matters Too on the care of people with Parkinson's experiencing anxiety, depression, and mental health issues.
As part of his regular programme of visits to local schools, Edward has visited Wreake Valley Academy in Syston to discuss schools funding in Leicestershire with Principal, Tony Pinnock, and to hear from students about their community and charitable activity.
Edward has joined the team from Keep Britain Tidy at an event in Parliament to support their campaign, and to highlight the importance of all of us playing our part in keeping our countryside, as well as our towns and villages, litter-free and clean.
Edward has held one of his regular meetings with the Leader and Chief Executive of Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council, where he raised local issues affecting Groby, as well as discussing broader issues such as the need for dualing of the entire length of the A5.
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