Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Wishes his Constituents a Very Happy New Year!

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Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Wishes his Constituents a Very Happy New Year!

The Cotswold MP said “I hope that all of my constituents have had a wonderful Christmas and a very happy New Year!

“We look back on a year of sporting achievement with a stunning London Olympic and Paralympics Games.

“We were all proud that so many of our medal winners live in the Cotswolds.

“During the year several important things have happened such as the opening of the new hospital in Moreton-in-Marsh, the doubling of the rail line from Charlbury, several Post Offices reopening or providing extended hours. The sale of the Fire College which now could become the National Emergency Training College and one of the largest employers in the Cotswolds.”

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP continued:

“The series of public meetings on flooding continued in Moreton-in-Marsh, Lechlade and Fairford. The resulting infrastructure projects reduced flooding, although more work needs to be done in certain areas that were flooded recently.

“Progress continues to be made on purchasing and converting the Old Hospital in Bourton into a community centre.

“It has been a privilege to serve the people of the Cotswolds and to be able to help many hundreds of people.

“Next year promises to be even more challenging and I look forward to assisting any constituent who contacts me.

“My thoughts once again this year are very much with our Armed Forces personnel stationed overseas, who do a difficult and dangerous job to protect our interests.

“All that is left to say is to wish all my constituents a very happy New Year!” concluded the Cotswolds MP

Source: Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP Member of Parliament for The Cotswolds

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