On Friday morning, Nick will be holding his regular constituency surgeries, this week in Upper Beeding (by appointment only). If you have an issue you would like to discuss with Nick, please click here to see how he can help.
Nick will be visiting The Henfield Haven in the afternoon to see how they have used £65,000 of National Lottery funding to extend their existing building to offer more services.
This week is Children’s Mental Health week with the theme ‘Healthy: Inside and out’. Nick will be visiting St Peters School in Henfield to see how they are promoting children’s wellbeing and to see their new running track, the ‘St Peters Metres’.
Later in the afternoon Nick is visiting the Black Horse Amberley to meet the new owners and hear about their plans to support local tourism. The pub was saved by the local community after it remained closed for six years. It reopened in November.
Nick’s final visit on this busy constituency day will be to The Mary How Trust in Pulborough to see their new scanner which has been funded through the Trust’s 30th anniversary appeal. Nick is a Patron of the Mary How Trust, a charity which provides health screening and early cancer detection. This Wednesday (4 Feb) marked World Cancer Day.