Sunday 29th September Early morning trip to a rainy Manchester talking to BBC Look East about Party Conference. I always enjoy conference as it is a good time to catch up with many different organisations, learn new things and share ideas. I meet with the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (UK
"The closure of the flyover is making travel around the city extremely challenging and I know many people are facing very frustrating delays. However I am pleased that work to develop a long-term replacement solution has been accelerated.
Monday 9th September Unbelievably complex day and I am not sure I can begin to describe it. Start at 5am as BBC Essex have asked me to come on early to talk about infrastructure in Chelmsford. The closure of the Army and Navy is causing real problems and needs to be sorted urgently.
Wonderful visit to to the Beaulieu School where 181 students have just finished their first week at this brand-new school. They are full of energy and clearly loving being part of this new exciting project. It is hugely inspiring – massively well done to all.
Chelmsford residents have been praised for their help in bringing the next global conference for Climate Change to the UK. Britain has now secured the nomination to host the conference which is due to be held in December of next year. It is expected that the event known as COP26 will be held in
Monday, 02 September I spent the last day of recess doing a supermarket surgery at Morrison’s. The store is doing a super job. They have cut their plastic waste by half and are supporting many local charities.