It was great to meet with the new Chief Constable of West Mercia Police, Pippa Mills, recently at Bromsgrove Police Station to discuss local issues and key priorities for the force.

We had a productive discussion about the priorities for the local area, including on how we can maximise the uplift in the number of police officers.
Making sure Bromsgrove District is a safe and secure place to live, work and raise a family is a priority and I know the Chief Constable shares my commitment on this.
I also had the opportunity to meet with pupils at Beaconside Primary and Nursery School in Rubery to mark UK Parliament Week.

The students asked me about representing Bromsgrove and how Parliament works. I was very impressed by the class, teachers, and the excellent work of the entire school.
Finally, I would like to pay tribute to everyone who has bravely served our country.

We will never forget their courage and the sacrifice they made to protect our country and freedoms and I was pleased to plant a Remembrance tribute in Parliament on behalf of my constituents.
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