Local News

Exporting is GREAT

This week Immingham hosted the Department for International Trade's (DfIT) Export Hub so that local businesses could make contacts and gain information that will help them start or expand their exporting ventures.

Health Minister Visits Local Hospital

I was delighted to accompany Minister of State for Health Steve Barclay to Diana Princess of Wales Hospital yesterday with my neighbouring MP, Melanie Onn.

Tollbar Roundabout Protest

On Sunday I joined protesters at Tollbar roundabout to campaign against the Labour-led Council's plans to replace it with traffic lights.

Cleethorpes Station Clock Tower Returns

The clock tower is back in place at Cleethorpes station following a short absence for restoration.  

It is currently still covered up but this protection will be removed over the Easter weekend.

More Government support for local schools

I am delighted that the Department for Education has announced the outcome of the Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) 2018 to 2019.

Following their assessment, the Department has announced £514 million to cover 1,556 projects at 1,299 academies and sixth-form colleges across the country.

National B&B Day 2018

It was a pleasure to visit local B&Bs including The Burlington Hotel, Cleethorpes and Croxton House, Ulceby on National B&B Day 2018.

There are some 25,000 B&Bs and guest houses across the UK, with a combined direct turnover well in excess of £2 billion.

A180 Concrete Surface to be Replaced

The concrete surface on the A180 is finally going to be replaced by a surface which will be more comfortable to drive on and less disruptive to nearby residents.

A new local government settlement

In recent months I have had a series of meetings with local government ministers and continually pressed them for additional funding for our area.

Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1

Martin visited the Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby to support the campaign for Grimsby's lost ships of WW1 to be voted the UK's favourite Lottery Funded project.