Find out more about Grant’s work representing Welwyn Hatfield
Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps visits Arla distribution centre, where 1/10 of all milk sold in the UK travels through.
I was shocked and upset when I received the news about Sir David Amess. He was a dedicated, thoughtful man and a true Parliamentarian and a tremendous colleague. My memories of him will always be of him as a positive, friendly, and unendingly helpful at guiding new...
A new Community Diagnostic Centre will be built in Welwyn Hatfield, one of 40 across the country – providing a one-stop-shop for key testing to boost early diagnoses, and speed up and increase referrals.
Given the events on our roads and at the petrol pumps recently, I thought you might appreciate an update on the measures we’re taking to both stop the protesters and alleviate fuel and other distribution strains post-Covid.
Welwyn Hatfield MP spent last Friday talking to people and businesses from around Welwyn Hatfield to see how they were getting on as they prepared for Monday, the next stage of the unlock.
Local MP visits community murals and opens new facilities at Stanborough School as in-person constituency days restart
Mr Shapps said: “It’s great to be back on constituency days again. Being out and about in the constituency.
“Meeting people, visiting schools is vital work for any constituency MP and frankly the kind of thing which has been really difficult to do during COVID. It’s just not the same when you’re on a Zoom video- fantastic to be back out in person.”
Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps joins Network Rail staff as he drives to get rail network clean as country moves to re-open
More than 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Welwyn Hatfield since the national rollout began in December 2020. Data published by the government today (Wednesday 2nd June) shows that 62,674 first doses, and 40,087 second doses have been...
Secretary of State for Transport and Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps today has announced a comprehensive reform of the UKs railways. The plans, outlined in the Williams-Shapps White Paper, will see rail services managed by a single government body: Great British Rail- with private business contracted to provide key services.