James Sunderland MP has today pledged their support for the Long Live the Local campaign to help pubs and breweries in Bracknell recover and thrive.
Over the past few days, I have been inundated with messages of goodwill following the tragic and needless death of Sir David Amess in Southend on Friday. Whilst our immediate thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and constituents, I wanted to pay my own tribute to this most extraordinary of Parliamentarians and provide a quick personal reflection on this terrible event.
James Sunderland met with Macmillan Cancer Nurse Specialists at Conservative Party Conference, which took place last week. Macmillan were there promoting their new nursing campaign, which aims to double the number of cancer nurses by 2030.
Local MP, James Sunderland visits Kennel Lane School in Bracknell, a specialist school that prides itself on making the extra effort to prepare learners for life after school with skills for further education, apprenticeships and independent living.
Local MP James Sunderland met local Climate Assembly UK representative Clare Odds and her husband Peter to talk about their work with Climate Assembly UK - a project established by the House of Commons.
James Sunderland is backing the Macmillan World's Biggest Coffee Morning on 24 September to support people living with cancer in the Bracknell area. He is backing the campaigns calls for a Cancer Nurse Fund to train the next generation of cancer nurses needed by 2030 to support the growing number of people living with cancer.