a note from Tom...
This a place for me to share with you the work that I've been doing, both in our community and in Parliament.
Tonbridge and Malling is a beautiful part of Kent, rich in history and natural beauty, and I am incredibly proud to represent the people who live here.
As your MP, I have fought for you on issues that affect our community, including reducing aircraft noise, improving our train services, and boosting broadband and mobile phone signal in rural areas.
In Parliament, my role is to represent you and your views. As a Conservative, I work with the government to raise issues that matter to us, in Tonbridge and Malling, and since July 2017, I was elected by Parliament to chair the Foreign Affairs Committee.
I value the fact that I am able to have an open conversation with my constituents, so please do reach out and contact me if you have any questions or issues that you’d like my assistance with. I am always here to help you.
What's happening in Tonbridge and Malling?
Speeding talk at the Malling school
Last week, I met with pupils from The Malling School to discuss something that matters a lot to them - speeding. Sadly, on the roads around our community the speed of traffic has increased and left many in danger from reckless drivers travelling just meters away from schools and putting innocent lives in danger.
Operation Brock has started and will have an impact on us all. It is important that we help prevent some of the chaos that could happen locally if the M26 is closed.
Money for Edenbridge War Memorial Hospital
Recently, I asked the Health Minister whether he agreed that the money from the current Edenbridge War Memorial Hospital site should be spent on medical facilities in the town. Watch the video below to see what he said.
Get in Touch
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