It is my pleasure and privilege to serve the people of Royal Sutton Coldfield. 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.
You can also follow me over on my Facebook page here.
I was both honoured and humbled today to meet Harold Jones, a remarkable centenarian from Royal Sutton Coldfield who, after being inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore, has raised £46,000 for Motor Neurone Disease by taking daily walks in his garden.
This is my 200th weekly message. Yes- 200th! I started it when our much-missed local newspaper The Royal Sutton Coldfield Observer closed, at least in part as a useful noticeboard for what is going on locally, as well as to keep my constituents informed about what their Member of Parliament is doing both here in the Royal Town and down in London at Westminster. I hope you continue to find it of use.
Andrew has a keen interest in international development and in 2007 founded Project Umubano, the Conservative Party’s ten-year social action project in Rwanda. The project culminated with the Kigali Declaration against Genocide and Identity-based Violence.