Green Horsham

Jeremy Quin was not returned to Parliament in the General Election held on 4th July 2024. The information below is therefore historic.

I am regularly contacted by constituents concerned about the future of our planet and our environment. I am proud of the work the Government is doing to commit us to net zero, leading the world in combatting climate change and I always appreciate constituents taking the time to contact me on these issues.

I am equally delighted by the immense efforts being taken locally to tackle climate change. Some of our the fantastic initiatives include:

I am always interested in meeting local groups tackling climate change to hear what they are doing locally and how they think the Government can help.

Please see below for regular updates on making Horsham green.


Jeremy Quin Meets Environmental and Entrepreneurial Team from Collyer's

On Saturday (27th April) I popped in to the Green Hub and met a brilliant entrepreneurial team from Collyer's. They have persuaded John Lewis to provide them with off cuts of surplus material which they are making into laptop bags - a win-win all round including for the environment.

Jeremy Quin Visits Mayes Park

It was lovely to visit Mayes Park Farm on Thursday last week to discuss their exciting rewilding plans.  They are working with Sussex Wildlife Trust to deliver improved biodiversity and it will be great to see how this rolls out.

Food Waste Update

At the end of last month, the Government launched new waste reforms to make it easier for people to do the right thing, maximise use, minimise waste and drive-up recycling rates.

Jeremy Quin Visits Hardham Water Supply Works

On Friday (27th October) Andrew Griffith MP and Jeremy Quin MP met with Lawrence Gosden, Southern Water’s Chief Executive to tour Hardham Water Supply Works.

Jeremy Quin Meets FareShare Sussex

Jeremy Quin, MP for Horsham, recently met Dan the Chief Executive of FareShare Sussex to hear about their work in the community.