No ID, No Sale

Martin Vickers MP applauds Cleethorpes’ adoption of ‘No ID, No Sale’ policy to stop children buying age-restricted products such as alcohol and tobacco.

Martin Visits Kimberly Clark

Kimberly-Clark plans to stop selling its Huggies nappies in much of Western and Central Europe as part of a plan to leave low-profit businesses in that region.

Local Radio

Martin pictured with Dame Anne Begg, Chairman and other members of the All-Party Group for Commercial Radio.

Money for Life

Martin shows his support for the award-winning personal money skills programme, Money for Life, which targets Further Education (FE), adult and community learners in Cleethorpes.

Whizz Kids

Martin has pledged his support for an initiative launched by charity Whizz-Kidz, to gather young disabled peoples’ hopes for the legacy of the Paralympics.