Stephen McPartland
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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.

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Stephen McPartland MP joined representatives from the Knebworth branches of JJ Burgess and Mather Marshall to present over 200 Easter eggs to the children’s ward at the Lister.

Stephen McPartland MP said, “The generosity of local people and businesses is overwhelming and I am grateful to JJ Burgess and Mather Marshall of Knebworth for taking the lead We hope this will become an annual event and the faces of the children was an amazing reward.”

There are many happy children thanks to the incredible generosity of the Knebworth community.

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Stephen McPartland, Member of Parliament for Stevenage, is supporting a project that reaches vulnerable girls across the world with a vision to reach 20,000 girls by the end of 2020.

Stephen McPartland MP said, “I am delighted to support such a fantastic initiative as the Dignity Project, which is helping girls in Kenya stay in school longer to enhance their education and making sure they are aware of the dangers of human trafficking."

Dignity Project founder Becky Murray said, “The Dignity Project was inspired after young children in my village in Kenya went missing. We knew we had to do something to stop human trafficking. Just three years later we have reached 8,000 girls and now it’s time to go global.”

The Dignity Project has so far reached 8,500 girls – mainly in Kenya – but is now going global, with plans to go to Brazil, India and other parts of South America and Asia. It costs £10 to put one girl through the Dignity Project. Check out www.thedignityproject.net for more information.

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Stephen McPartland MP has pledged his support for the Great British Spring Clean campaign, run by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, which runs from March 22nd to April 23rd.

Stephen McPartland MP said, “The Great British Spring Clean is something that anyone can get involved with to do something positive. We all care about the environment and helping with a litter pick or other clear up will make a visible difference. It is a great opportunity for people to come together and make their community better."

To find out more about the Great British Spring Clean visit www.keepbritaintidy.org

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Year 5 representatives from the Pupil Parliament at Round Diamond School were excited to be visited by Stephen McPartland, Member of Parliament for Stevenage, after being inspired during their work within the Stevenage Schools' Parliament.

Stephen McPartland MP said, "It is always a great pleasure to meet the school councillors and listen to their questions. It is brilliant how engaged they are and often ask some of the toughest questions. Outstanding pupils from an outstanding school, supported by outstanding staff and parents."

The visit was part of the children's learning about the role of parliament and politicians and included an opportunity to quiz Stephen. After the session, Billy, Year 5, commented "It was eye-opening to find out how much work goes into being an MP and even though we presented him with a number of challenging questions, he answered them honestly and explained his reasons.".

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