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Weekly look ahead: September 3rd

“Parliament goes back today, and then there’s going to be one almighty row about how we go forward on Brexit” - my weekly video discussing Brexit, the welcome news about school funding, constituency events and my eco-tip.

Cafe Seating Licences

Together with Sir Peter Bottomley MP, Cllr Dan Humphreys and Cllr Neil Parkin, I have written to Cllr Louise Goldsmith, Leader of West Sussex County Council to raise our deep concern about the recent announcement on the disproportionate increase in licence fees for cafes and restaurants using out

Annual Newspaper

Throughout the next few weeks you will be receiving my annual report - a newspaper full of local and national news. Should you have misplaced or not received your hard copy yet - you can download via the attachment below. 

Tim's Guide to Going Green

I'm delighted to share with you my 'Guide to Going Green'. You can access this as an attachment below, and contains lots of information about how you can help the environment, and reduce your bills at the same time!

Herald Column: August 29

One of the projects I have been working on over the summer has been a new mental health support website intended to help constituents navigate what can often be something of a minefield when confronted with mental illness amongst a family member or close friend.

Weekly look ahead: 28th August

My weekly look ahead video - filmed before the developments today. I will film a separate, Brexit focused update later in the week.

Herald Column: August 22

If you think that the WI is just all ‘jam and Jerusalem’ then think again. I spent a very jolly but very informative lunch and afternoon with Lancing branch of the WI to celebrate their centenary at Lancing Parish Hall last week.

State Pension Inequality for 1950s Women - Update

“Look - this is just to say we haven’t forgotten about the 1950s pension women … you know that you have a large amount of support across all the parties in Parliament, it’s just a question of when there is legislation that we can either force some changes through, or hopefully, to get the Ministe

Herald Column: August 15

Worthing’s Breathe Easy Group certainly know how to hold a party. There was more cake than you could shake a stick at for their 20th birthday party at Field Place last Friday.