News

Stabbing in Horsham Skatepark

I was deeply concerned to hear of the stabbing on Monday night of a 16-year-old boy in Horsham skatepark.  This is a very shocking incident and my thoughts are with the victim, his family and friends.

Horsham Schools Receive Major Funding Uplift

The National Fair Funding Formula already introduced by this Government is a fairer and more transparent system and for example provides extra support to children who have a difficult start in life or speak English as a second language. 

Brexit Update

Following the result of the Brexit Referendum I have consistently supported respecting that vote through an orderly withdrawal on the basis of an agreed deal.

A Queen's Speech to Remember

In a long Queen’s Speech delivered on Monday the Government has set out a host of proposed bills to be introduced this year. 

Painting Horsham Bright

It was lovely to see local artist Sarah Duffield’s work on display at Horsham Museum.

Jeremy Quin Meets GATCOM

I met Tom Crowley, Chairman of GATCOM, to discuss a number of important matters relating to Gatwick Airport.

Good News for Local Schools

One of the many attractions of our area is the high quality of our local schools.  There are 40 maintained schools in the Horsham constituency and I am delighted that due to the hard work of heads, staff and governors all but one of these schools rated by Ofsted is either “Good” or “Outstanding”.

Horsham District Jobs and Skills Fair 2019

It was great to once again join Horsham District Council for their successful Horsham District Jobs and Skills Fair.

Amongst many of the local exhibitors was Schroders Investment Management, who want to recruit an extra 70 in tech and admin roles for their growing operation in Horsham.