MP Bob Seely has praised staff at Newport Job Centre for their work in getting Island people back to work and in implementing universal credit.
Moves on the Island to integrate public services so money can be focused to support front line activity have been welcomed by Liz Truss MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
MP Bob Seely is encouraging charities to bid for government funding to regenerate village halls.
A £3 million fund to improve village halls and better connect rural communities has been launched by the government this month.
MP Bob Seely is joining the Island’s Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), in urging the government to give more protection to local pubs who are tied to large pub owning companies.
MP Bob Seely is backing the Wight Bowmen Archery Club in their attempt to stop their field being used for housing development.
MP Bob Seely is supporting Whippingham residents who fear their lives and homes will be adversely affected by proposals for a new English Coastal Path.
MP Bob Seely has raised concerns in Parliament about local housing targets and the lack of affordable housing for Islanders.