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Greenbelt

William Wragg MP, Member of Parliament for Hazel Grove, used a debate in the House of Commons this week to ask the Government what is being done to protect the greenbelt around Stockport and Greater Manchester, and to encourage more housing development on brownfield sites instead.

#Itstime - NSPCC Event

William attended an event held by the NSPCC in Parliament today (10.10.2016) where he found out more information on the work that the NSPCC are doing to stand up for children.

Senior Citizens Fair

Friday 21st October, I'll be holding my first 'Senior Citizens Fair'.

You'll have access to information on health, staying safe, how to get involved with local community groups along with other organisations.

Charity of the Month - Winner - September

William paid a visit to Shopmobility Stockport, the winners of William's Charity of the Month campaign for September where he presented them with a certificate and donation.

A massive congratulations to them and everyone from William's team.

Charity of the Month - October 2016

Charity of the Month - October

You can vote through the survey found at the bottom of this page.

Previous nominations include:

July 2016 - ARC, New Horizons and the 3rd Hazel Grove Scout Group.

Heartbeat Chorus - Romiley

William joined the Heartbeat Chorus today (06.10.2016), speaking about the rehearsal, William said:

Defibrillator Training - Romiley

Last week William was invited by Woodley, Romiley and Bredbury Defibrillator Campaign to take part in a training session.

This campaign has received massive public support, after winning William's public competition 'Charity of the Month' for September.

Protect Our Greenbelt!

Protect Our Greenbelt!

I am writing to you about the threat posed to our local countryside by potential massive building development.

Grammar Schools

The past week in Westminster was dominated by the debate surrounding grammar schools, following the launch of a Government consultation on allowing the creation of new grammar schools, or to enable the 163 existing grammars to expand, both of which have been banned since 1997 under the last Labou