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MP Welcomes change in Law to Stop Sewer Misery

Gavin Williamson MP (Conservative South Staffordshire) has welcomed a change in the law that will end the sewage misery of many in Great Wyrley and South Staffordshire.

MP calls for debate on Palliative Care

Gavin Williamson MP for South Staffordshire and Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Motor Neurone Disease (MND) has called for a debate on palliative care following the APPG inquiry.

Cheques are saved

Gavin Williamson MP was delighted to hear that the Payments Council have decided that cheques will continue indefintely and plans to close cheque clearing in 2018 have been cancelled. 

MP welcomes Business Minister to South Staffordshire

Gavin Williamson MP was delighted to welcome Mark Prisk MP, Minister for Business at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills to South Staffordshire as part of his two day tour of the West Midlands. 

Gavin Visits Compton Hospice

Gavin Williamson MP took the time to get a first look at the £3.5 million refurbishment project which was happening at the Wolverhampton branch of Compton Hospice.

Local Historical Society Open Day

Gavin Williamson MP’s was delighted to be able to attend the Great Wyrley Local Historical Society Open Day on 17th June which saw many local history societies come together for the day. 

Reinstate Julie

Today Gavin Williamson, MP for South Staffordshire, called for action to be taken to reinstate Julie Roberts the Post Delivery Lady who has recently been suspended by Royal Mail.  Julie had her van stolen but through her efforts stopped the van from being taken.  This involved her holding onto the bonnet for over a mile until the vehicle stopped and she was able to reclaim the vehicle.  Unfortunately instead of rewarding her the Royal Mail suspended her from her work and she remains at home awaiting a decision as to whether she will be allowed back to the position that she has held for 20 years.  

MP tackles congestion in Perton

Gavin Williamson MP today wrote to County Councillor Mike Maryon to raise concerns that constituents have bought to his attention regarding the congestion that is caused when cars are unable to turn off Jenny Walkers Lane and Wrottesly Road.