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.

Public Meeting in Barns Green to Address Concerns on the Level Crossing

I was pleased to help arrange the public meeting held in Barns Green this evening, which Network Rail attended, to address community concerns and answer questions on the level crossing.

I hope the meeting, chaired and hosted by the Parish Council, was useful for the attendees.

Back in the House

On Sunday I attended the “Judges’ Service” held at Worth Abbey.  The Circuit Court Judges and Presiding Judge of the South East Circuit were present joined by Civic leaders from across Sussex, the Police, Coroner, Fire Service and MPs.

Jeremy Quin Attends Climate Change Fair at Horsham Unitarian Church

Kinder Living, No Incinerator for Horsham and Horsham Organic Gardeners' Society - HOGS were among many stands at Saturday’s Climate Change Fair Horsham Unitarian Church. I also met the organisers of the Climate Change Rally in Horsham after their protest on Friday.

News Update on Thomas Cook

I am very sorry that the collapse of Thomas Cook has caused so much distress and concern to so many. The biggest peacetime repatriation in history is now underway.