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Aphra Brandreth Championing The High Street

With recent research estimating around 16 stores a day closing across the UK in the first half of 2019, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Chessington, Kingston and Surbiton - Aphra Brandreth - takes a walk through Kingston Town Centre to see how our local high streets are being affected.

K is for Karting

The kids had a blast at Surbiton raceway, it is more of a spectator sport for me!

J is for Justice & the Jury System

J is for Justice & the Jury system. Kingston has one of the UK's 92 Crown Courts (my mum served on a Jury here). Delivering law and order is fundamental in a civilised society.

I is for Independents

Kingston has some creative, unique and successful independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Independent businesses spark innovation, originality and individuality.

Berrylands Nature Reserve

Today, Aphra Brandreth, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Kingston and Surbiton, visited Berrylands Nature Reserve to find out about the excellent work by local conservationists and volunteers to transform this once neglected site into a fantastic nature reserve that the whole community ca

H is for Hospital

We have a wonderful hospital in Kingston which serves us so well. I continue to be grateful for the outstanding care my son received in the intensive care unit after he was born nearly 15 years ago. Thank You Kingston Hospital

Aphra Brandreth visits Baitul Futuh Mosque

On Friday, 22ndMarch, Aphra Brandreth was invited to visit the Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden, to show her support and solidarity with London’s diverse Muslim communities following the shocking terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand last Friday 15thMarch.

Visiting Chessington School

On 18th March 2018, Aphra Brandreth (Conservative Candidate for Kingston & Surbiton) visits Chessington School.

Local High Streets Matter

Today is High Street Saturday and I’ve been out on Victoria Road in Surbiton pledging to shop locally and listening to the views of local residents. 

 

Why we love our high streets…