Welcome from Robert Jenrick

I'm delighted to be your Conservative Member of Parliament for Newark & Bingham.

I'll be a strong local representative, working on the issues that matter to you and your family – including:

•    Banging the drum for businesses to invest in Nottinghamshire and bring more good jobs to the area
•    Ensuring we have the transport infrastructure our growing community needs
•    Fighting for improvements to local schools so our children get the best start in life
•    Protecting the vital health and public services we all rely on
•    Ensuring those that come to this country make a contribution and play their part
•    Fighting for the best deal for local farmers to ensure a thriving agricultural economy
•    Safeguarding the Nottinghamshire countryside from unwanted development

The Newark Conservatives team work hard to get a better deal for this area through our parish, district and county councils, as well as in Westminster and Brussels - so please use this website to find out what we're doing for you and your family.

Robert Jenrick

www.robertjenrick.com

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Robert Jenrick was elected the new Conservative Member of Parliament for Newark, at a by-election count on Friday, June 6th at Kelham Hall, near Newark.

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