Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois drew on his old skills as an Infantry Officer in the Territorial Army when he attended a charity shooting match, organised by the Chairman of Rochford District Council, Councillor Lesley Butcher, to raise money for an Armed Forces Charity.
Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois carried out the job of Returning Officer, when he announced the results of the school elections, during a recent visit to North Crescent Primary School in Wickford.
Rayleigh and Wickford MP and former Armed Forces Minister, Mark Francois, recently presented Second World War Royal Navy veteran, Mr Les Holyome, with the Legion d’Honneur, on behalf of the French Government.
Just prior to the Summer Recess, Rayleigh and Wickford MP and former Armed Forces Minister, Mark Francois praised local schools for organising tours to World War One battlefronts during a general debate in the House of Commons commemorating Passchendaele.
Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois has welcomed today’s announcement that proposals as part of the Mid and South Essex Success Regime to send all “blue light” ambulance emergencies to Basildon Hospital have been dropped.
Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois has received a reply to a Parliamentary Written Question to the Secretary of State implying that more ambulances would be needed if the proposed reconfiguration of A&E services in South Essex goes ahead.
Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois spent a lively Sunday afternoon visiting the Trinity Fair which took place recently in and around Rayleigh High Street. The Trinity Fair was a feature of Rayleigh life in the 19th century but was apparently discontinued in 1899 due to “excess rowdiness”.
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