Tonight the Prime Minister has addressed the nation. Some important points that have come out of tonight’s announcement.
Cats Protection, the UK’s largest cat charity, is calling for microchipping to become compulsory for pet cats, as it already is for dogs, a measure which would significantly improve feline welfare in the UK.
People living and working in this area will benefit after Bracknell Forest was given a share of £900m in additional Government funding for local councils.
James Sunderland took part in a National Autistic Society virtual Understanding Autism session to learn more about autism, how autistic people have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak, and how to better support his autistic constituents.
James Sunderland has welcomed the announcement that arts and cultural organisations in the Bracknell constituency are to receive a major cash boost from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
The Bracknell Constituency has been awarded £232,258 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future; the Culture Secretary has announced today.