On Friday, Nick will hold a meeting to discuss the A27 Arundel Bypass consultation and positions with members of Arun District Council and West Sussex County Council. The meeting follows the opening of the further consultation on routes by Highways England at the end of last week. You can read Nick’s update on the Bypass by clicking here.
On Monday evening, Nick will attend the launch of David Skelton’s new book at the Policy Exchange: ‘Little Platoons: How a revived One Nation can empower England’s forgotten towns and redraw the political map’.
On Friday, Nick will hold a number of local advice ‘surgeries’ in Pulborough, before meeting the Trustees of Lodge Hill Outdoor Centre to discuss their work with local children. Nick will then be visiting the RSPB centre at Pulborough Brooks as ‘species champion’ for the Lapwing. Following this, Nick will attend the LAMBS public meeting with Sir Nicholas Soames to discuss the proposed new town at Mayfield.
On Wednesday, Nick will attend a meeting at the think tank, PolicyExchange, to hear from Australian Treasurer, John Frydenburg. In the afternoon he will meet pupils visiting Parliament from Duncton CofE Junior School to answer questions and talk about his work as an MP, before attending the second Conservative Party leadership hustings.
On Monday, Nick will attend the Conservative Party leadership launch for Jeremy Hunt’s campaign. In the afternoon he will meet pupils visiting Parliament from Wisborough Green Primary School to answer questions and talk about his work as an MP.
Nick will be visiting the former temporary airfield at Coolham, near Billingshurst. The airfield was used by pilots in WW2 operations including the D-Day landing. A plaque will be unveiled in the garden of the Selsey Arms pub, adjacent to the airfield, to remember the 15 pilots and workers who lost their lives in service. More information can be found here.