Mark Spencer is inviting everyone in Sherwood to get involved in UK Parliament Week and join a UK-wide conversation about our democracy, people power and making change happen.
I've had a number of constituents email in to raise a few concerns about what actions NET (who run the trams in Nottingham city through to us in Hucknall) are taking to make the trams as covid-secure as possible.
I recently met up with local councillors, Councillor Michael Brown and Councillor Scott Carlton, on the Cavdendish Park estate up in Clipstone.
I was up in Edwinstowe & Clipstone with local councillor and business owner Councillor Scott Carlton recently to discuss some of the issues affecting our high streets and our local businesses.
Litter picking in Ravenshead
I've been out litter picking in Ravenshead this weekend. Great to see so many people turn up to help (with everyone staying in their households and respective bubbles).
Whilst out and about in the constituency last week, I met local Ollerton resident Mr Redfern to hear some of his views on how the area could be improved.
It was great to be invited along with Cllr Phil Rostance to the John Godber Centre in Hucknall a few days back.
I'm pleased to say it is now back open to the public having officially received the ‘We’re good to go’ industry standard mark!
I've been out and about in the top end of the constituency today, and me and the team popped in at the Budby Antiques & Vintage Emporium.
As well as looking round the antiques, we had some lunch in the Crew Yard cafe.
We've had some positive news this week from Calverton. Myself and a number of Calverton residents have been working to get the sunday bus service re-instated in the village.
We've been in touch with the Managing Director of Trent Barton (who manage the Calverton Bus Service) directly.
Out and about in the constituency today and I met with local Councillor Rhona Holloway in Bilsthorpe, to hear about some of the works that are planned for the Village Hall there.