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George Eustice opens new specialist care home

The refurbishment of a granite chapel attached to a care-home in Hayle in West Cornwall, located between Camborne and Penzance, has been officially opened by George Eustice MP.

Which way now? - Brexit Update

As I write this column, Parliament has just rejected the Prime Minister's withdrawal agreement from the EU by a huge margin and we are about to face a day of debate in a confidence motion in the government. The one thing we know is that things can always get worse in politics! 

George Eustice welcomes new carer's permits

George Eustice, MP for Camborne, Redruth and Hayle, has today welcomed the news that carers in Cornwall will soon be able to get new parking permits which will help them to avoid struggling to find parking spaces. 

George Eustice welcomes 10 year NHS plan

George Eustice MP has today welcomed the launch of the Government'. 10 year NHS Plan. The NHS Long Term Plan is a new plan for the NHS to improve the quality of patient care and health outcomes. It sets out how the £20.5 billion budget settlement for the NHS, announced by the Prime Minister in summer 2018, will be spent over the next 5 years.

The plan focuses on building an NHS fit for the future by:

George Eustice welcomes funding for search and rescue charities

George Eustice MP, has welcomed new funding awarded to Hayle Surf Life Saving Club and Surf Live Saving Cornwall as part of the Government's commitment to support charities who are working hard to keep inland waterways around the country safe.

Raising Awareness for guide dog owners

George Eustice MP recently attended an event in Parliament run by the charity Guide Dogs to raise awareness of discrimination against guide dog owners. At the event, George heard from guide dog owners about the impact of being turned away by businesses because of their dog.

Working on a solution for Portreath

Recently George Eustice, Member of Parliament for Camborne and Redruth met with members of Portreath Parish Council, Cornwall Council, and the Environment Agency to discuss what more can be done to protect Portreath and the surrounding towns from the devastating effects of flooding. 

Royal Cornwall Hospital's Trust set to receive extra funding

Royal Cornwall Hospital's Trust (RCHT) is set to receive a funding boost of up to £9.1 million which will help deliver improved clinical facilities and backlog maintenance it was announced today. 

Gwinear Primary School wins award for best breakfast club in South West

Breakfast Club's up and down the country, perform a vital role in supporting families, providing children with a good start to the day and encouraging social interaction between pupils.

Christmas Card Competition 2018

As in previous years, George ran a competition with local primary schools to design his Christmas card. Schools from across the constituency entered in what was a fantastic year for entrants. Local children really rose to the challenge with some fabulous artwork. As always, the panel of judges had a very difficult task.

Brexit Statement

The next week will be an incredibly difficult but important time for Parliament. We have a huge decision to take about what we do next as a country. There are great divisions over how or, for some people, whether we should carry out the democratic decision to leave the EU.

Brexit Statement

The next week will be an incredibly difficult but important time for Parliament. We have a huge decision to take about what we do next as a country. There are great divisions over how or, for some people, whether we should carry out the democratic decision to leave the EU. 

Wood, Paper, Scissors

Wood Paper Scissors are a fantastic local business based in Hayle, producing a variety of wooden gifts and homeware right here in Cornwall.

Nick Gibb, Minister of State declares Nexus and CSMS “wonderful”

Nexus is a fantastic local school based here in Camborne, and is home to the Camborne Science and International Academy Centre of Excellence.

Poppy car visits Camborne Office

Earlier this month, Devon and Cornwall Police announced that they had covered two of their police cars with poppies to show the Force’s support to the Royal British Legion’s annual appeal.

This was the first time in which the Force chose to mark Remembrance Sunday in this way and the cars have been out in force patrolling Devon and Cornwall. Recently one of the cars stopped by the Office in Camborne to catch up with developments happening in the area.

George visits Rosemellin School

Recently George Eustice MP, took time to visit Rosemellin school and catch up with staff and students.

George Eustice celebrates UK Parliament Week

This week is UK Parliament Week and this year’s festival is set to be the largest ever with more than 7,000 registered events and over 500,000 people taking part.

Dawlish works step up a gear

Major works on the Dawlish line have recently begun in an effort to develop a long-term solution for protecting the railway whilst minimising disruption for passengers.

George Eustice welcomes signal upgrade for Cornwall

As part of the Government’s record investment in rail, the largest since the Victorian era, George Eustice MP, recently visited Roskear signal box near Camborne station to celebrate its new upgrade.

The project was delivered as part of the £30million upgrade to Cornwall’s railway signalling, completed on time and to budget, which will bring improved reliability and more services for the South West Peninsula.

Cornwall’s bathing waters pass rigorous new assessment with flying colours

Bathing waters across Cornwall have scored a 100% pass rate against tougher new standards for the third consecutive year.

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