Harriett Baldwin this weekend thanked constituents who braved this most autumnal of autumns to come out and meet her last Friday evening in Guarlford. The Village Hall was host to a capacity audience and the West Worcestershire MP as she answered their questions on a wide range of subjects. From the local NHS to flood defences, Net Zero to support for children with local educational needs Harriett was robustly quizzed.
"I was pleased to see so many people turn out on a dark November night to come and share their views with their local MP. I try to be as accessible as possible with surgeries, visits and door to door canvassing and encourage people to write in if they need help or advice, but I was also keen to host an open forum for any constituent to come and meet me in person. We covered a wide range of subjects and it was good to be able to debate and at times, disagree, agreebly."
Harriett added: "I've taken some really useful feedback on a number of important subjects, and I've got some important specific feedback which I will be sharing with the Environment Agency about its flood response. This week sees the King's Speech and the beginning of a new Parliamentary term and I am looking forward to continuing my work being a strong voice for West Worcestershire."