It is my pleasure and privilege to serve the people of Royal Sutton Coldfield. As your Member of Parliament I always work hard to help local residents and to champion the issues of importance to our town.
I hope that this website provides you with a useful insight into some of the work I do on behalf of my constituents – both in Sutton Coldfield and in the House of Commons.
Over the year thousands of local residents contact me by letter, email and in person. If I can be of any help to you, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell
- 2nd October 2015News
Andrew Mitchell has met Mark Rogers, Chief Executive of Birmingham City Council, to discuss how Royal Sutton Coldfield’s title can best be used for both the benefit of the Royal Town and of Britain’s second city. read more »
- 2nd October 2015News and Photo
One of Sutton Coldfield’s favourite dogs, Scarlet Mitchell, Andrew Mitchell MP’s three year old Welsh Springer Spaniel, has expressed her strong support for a new company set up in Sutton Coldfield - Devoted Pet Foods - that specialises in high quality produce for Sutton pets and the wider region. read more »
- 26th September 2015News and Photo
Andrew Mitchell MP attended the graduation ceremony for Sutton-based CSR Group’s latest graduates. read more »
- 23rd September 2015News and Photo
Andrew Mitchell has officially opened the newly-refurbished Simply Fresh store on Boldmere Road, which now contains a new Subway outlet inside the store selling a wide range of sandwich options made fresh inside the branch.
The store, which prides itself on offering a huge array of fresh and specialist produce, has been completely refurbished and invited the Royal Town’s MP to see what they had done to improve the shopping experience for his constituents. read more »
- 12th September 2015News
Andrew Mitchell MP, speaking at a packed public meeting of nearly 400 Royal Suttonians, organised by Suzanne Webb from Project Fields, to protest at the despoiling of Sutton’s Green Belt, has announced that he will seek a debate in the House of Commons to protest vehemently about the appalling plans to build an extraordinary number of homes on Sutton’s Green Belt. read more »