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AMBER RECEIVES GOOD NEWS ON GP EXTENDED ACCESS

Last Friday, Amber met with Amanda Philpott, Chief Officer, NHS Hastings and Rother Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), who explained their plans to make it easier for local residents to see their General Practitioner (GP) at a time more convenient to them, such as evenings and weekends.

AMBER MEETS HIGH-END DIGITAL BUSINESS IN HASTINGS

Last Friday on 18 May, Amber Rudd, local MP for Hastings and Rye met with Marc Woodhead and other employees of Holograph Ltd at the companies’ office on Robertson Street. Holograph Ltd are a digitally based company which provide software  solutions for several companies.

AMBER AND DAMIAN HEAD BACK TO SCHOOL

Last week, Amber welcomed the Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds, to Hastings. After extending an invitation to the Secretary of State earlier this year after a meeting with local headteachers, Amber was delighted to welcome Damian to Hastings.

AMBER LOOKS TO THE FUTURE

Last Friday, Amber Rudd the local MP for Hastings and Rye delivered a speech at RSE Group’s “The future of jobs” seminar. The event was held at Bannatyne’s hotel in Hastings and brought together over 100 people from local businesses to discuss the future of the labour market and small business.

"I'M AGAINST IT!" - SAYS AMBER

Rother Valley Railways (RVR) recently made an application to the Department for Transport for a Transport and Works Act in order to ‘construct, operate and maintain’ a new railway line from Robertsbridge to Bodiam.

WI-NNING

Last Friday, Amber met with the Hastings Ore branch of the Women’s Institute. Amber received a warm welcome from the President of the branch, Stephanie Gaunt and enjoyed coffee and cake with the members. 

AMBER ENSURES NO PIER-PRESSURE IN BIDDING WAR

The local MP for Hastings and Rye, the Rt Hon Amber Rudd, recently spoke to Adam Stephens of Smith & Williamson, joint administrator of Hastings Pier Charity in order to receive an update and ensure the bidding process for the pier goes smoothly and fairly.

Amber's first speech from Parliament back benches in 6 years

Today I was grateful for the opportunity to set out my admiration for the extraordinary work done by our Counter Terrorist Police,  Emergency Services and Security Services in my first question in the House of Commons from the back benches in 6 years.