26 OCT 2018

Local MP shops local in Framlingham

Dr Dan Poulter was delighted to visit a number of shops and businesses in the thriving market town of Framlingham, where he met with a number of business owners and visitors to the town.

During the visit, Dr Dan enjoyed learning more about their individual successes and growth across the different sectors. Framlingham High Street remains buoyant, with a number of new businesses popping up in the town.

Speaking about the visit, Dr Dan said "Framlingham is clearly a flourishing centre for small businesses and you can't help but be absorbed by the strong sense of community and local identity which everyone is so proud of. The businesses offer a warm and friendly welcome to visitors, offering everything from locally produced food and drink, and hand-designed jewellery to country clothing and local crafts. Small shops and businesses are the backbone of our rural economy here in Suffolk and I am sure that Framingham will continue to go from strength to strength if today's entrepreneurial spirit is anything to go by."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Medical Aesthetics Industry: Regulation (14 May 2019)
Daniel Poulter: My hon. Friend makes some good points about the need for better regulation. The challenge is about who we would be regulating, how we would set up a new body and how indemnity insurance would work for people working in the cosmetics industry. We know that healthcare professionals who do cosmetics have indemnity insurance; they have a regulated body they can be held accountable to. Would it...

Plastics Recycling (23 Apr 2019)
Daniel Poulter: The right hon. Gentleman is making a very good speech. Does the issue that he has just raised not bring a wider and more important principle into the debate? Just as with energy production, the Government are beginning to meet targets through interconnectors and looking at importing renewable energy, perhaps from Denmark and elsewhere. Part of the issue is that the Government are potentially...