Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their baby boy. Warmest wishes to you all— Stephen McPartland (@SMcPartland) May 6, 2019
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in Stevenage, Knebworth, Codicote, Datchworth and Aston
Andrew Cottam, General Manager of the Drapers Arms showed Stevenage Member of Parliament Stephen McPartland behind the scenes of the significant £270,000 investment by Stonegate in the Old Town pub.
Stephen McPartland MP said, "It was fantastic to visit the Drapers Arms in Stevenage and meet some of the team. I was really impressed by the renovations and TV screens in each of the boothed seating areas, including the amazing Garden Huts. It was fun to test my skills and pull a pint with the landlord, I'm not sure it met the pub's usual standards though!"
As part of the visit, Stephen also learnt about Stonegate's apprenticeships, training and development schemes.
Delighted Stevenage Debenhams will remain open. We know how important great shops are to local people, which is why we need Real Regeneration. Sign the petition here for new shops instead of fancy new Labour Council Offices https://t.co/tRKvgGRrLN— Stephen McPartland (@SMcPartland) April 26, 2019
The Teal campaign to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer is being supported by Stephen McPartland, Member of Parliament for Stevenage.
Stephen McPartland MP, said, "We all have to act to ensure that more women know the symptoms to look out for, are diagnosed sooner and get the treatment they need. That is why I am delighted to support the Teal Hero campaign to help raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer."
The Teal campaign is about raising awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer, including amongst healthcare professionals, to help more women get an early diagnosis and improve survival rates. Every year 7,300 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the UK, and 4,100 women die from the disease, visit targetovariancancer.org.uk to find out more.