Jeremy Quin Visits Mill Lodge, Care Home

It was a pleasure to visit Mill Lodge care home in Horsham whilst the residents were visited by the children from St Mary’s Pre-School.

This was the first meeting between the older and younger generations and it is hoped that this can become a regular occurrence.

New Businesses in Piries Place

I am so pleased to see a number of new businesses up and running in the redeveloped Piries Place.

One such businesses is the new Red Deer pub and it was a pleasure to meet the manager Abel and wish him and his team the very best.

Jeremy Quin Visits Millais School's Citizenship Fair

I enjoyed visiting Millais School and discussing with students the topics they had decided to explore as part of their Citizenship Fair.

I was very impressed at the project areas the students explored- including concerns such as human trafficking, homelessness and domestic abuse.

Supporting Armed Forces Sunday

This Sunday is Armed Forces Day and the Carfax in Horsham will again host, between 10:30am and 3:15pm, historic military vehicles and the Horsham British Legion Band.

Jeremy Quin Opens Greenway School’s New Sensory Garden

I greatly enjoyed visiting Greenway School, Horsham to join the team responsible for the school’s new sensory garden for its formal opening.

The garden is a great space for break time but also offers a “different” learning and reading environment.

Supporting our Young People

I met last Friday the brilliant team at the Find it Out Centre in Hurst Road, Horsham, a service for 0-19 year olds (and where appropriate their parents) who need advice, support and information.  For many this the best way to address mental health anxieties and help them feel themselves.

Remembering D Day

Last week marked the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings. I know many enjoyed watching the ceremony held on Shoreham Common as well as the moving ceremonies in France.