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  • Yeadon tree of lights
    Article: Dec 17, 2014

    Local MP, Greg Mulholland, was Guest of Honour at the Yeadon Tree of Lights at Yeadon Town Hall, an event to remember and thank those close to us by dedicating a light to a loved one.

    The event was put on by Yeadon Town Hall Users Group, with pupils from Rufford Park Primary School singing carols. There were also songs from forthcoming local producation by Yeadon Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society, Yeadon Charities Association and Airborough Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

  • Greg headshot
    Article: Dec 15, 2014

    Danny Alexander MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, has agreed to meet a group of local MPs, led by Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland, to discuss devolving further powers to Leeds to help the city get a rail link to the airport and electrify the Leeds-Harrogate-York line.

    This follows the Autumn Statement delivered last week by Chancellor George Osborne, where he set out his plans to deliver a "northern powerhouse" economy. Osborne announced that government favoured improving road and bus links to Leeds-Bradford Airport, which is in Greg Mulholland MP's constituency, and also replacing the Pacer carriages on the Leeds-Harrogate-York line.

  • Ben watson
    Article: Dec 15, 2014

    Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, visited Richmond House School to present the prize to the winner of this year's Christmas card competition which was kindly supported by First Bus.


    This year's winner was Ben Watson, a Year 6 pupil at Richmond House School in Far Headingley. Ben's winning entry is a striking design showing Father Christmas in a sleigh pulled by reindeer flying across the moon on a starry night.

    Every year Greg asks Year 6 pupils at schools in his constituency of Leeds North West to design the front of the Christmas card that is delivered to every household in the constituency. Ben was presented with his winning certificate and a gift voucher kindly donated by Asda.

    This year's runners up were Kiera Easterby from Ireland Wood Primary School and Lucy Deighton from Rufford Park Primary School.

    Commenting Greg said:
    "I was delighted with the great number of fantastic entries this year - there was a really high standard and choosing a winner was not easy.
    "However, I chose Ben's entry as it instantly struck me as a fantastic design that would look great on fireplaces all over Leeds North West.
    "Well done to everyone who entered, and congratulations to Ben whose design will be hand delivered to 36,000 households in Leeds North West."

    Jane Disley, Headmistress at Richmond House School, said:
    "We have some very enthusiastic budding artists at Richmond House School so we are thrilled that Ben's talent has been recognised. It is an honour to be featured on the Constituency Christmas card and Ben can't wait for his card to arrive on his doormat!"

    Brandon Jones from First Bus said:
    "First is delighted to support such a creative art project that has engaged schools across the North West of Leeds. Congratulations to Ben and everyone who took part."

  • Iw 2 PO
    Article: Dec 12, 2014

    Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, visited Otley and Ireland Wood Royal Mail Delivery Offices this morning to thank postmen and women for all their hard work during their busiest time of the year.

    Greg meet with Office Managers, Dave Moore and Steven Brealey, and thanked all the postal workers by passing on Christmas greetings and a big box of cholcaltes for them all to enjoy.

  • Greg headshot
    Article: Dec 10, 2014

    Following yesterday's meeting between health minister George Freeman MP and families and campaigners led by Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland, there will now be a further meeting as soon as next week between Mr Freeman, Greg Mulholland, families and also the drug companies to urgently discuss an interim solution for NHS England to purchase drugs for the ultra rare conditions Morquio Syndrome and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

  • Greg headshot
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    Two million apprenticeships have been created in the UK since 2010 with 2,100 people in Leeds North Westgetting a vital start in life.

    Local MP, Greg Mulholland, said apprenticeships offered by local companies performed a crucial role in the local economy.

    Greg, Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, said:

  • Greg headshot
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    Local MP, Greg Mulholland, has today agreed to become an 'Arthritis Champion', supporting Arthritis Research UK in their efforts to find a cure for arthritis while calling for policy change to prevent its onset and transform the lives of people that have musculoskeletal conditions.

    Musculoskeletal conditions include osteoarthritis, back pain and osteoporosis. People with these conditions often experience a great deal of pain and a loss of mobility. Over 10 million people in the UK have a musculoskeletal condition.

  • Greg headshot
    Article: Dec 9, 2014

    Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, will today take families of children with extremely rare diseases and two campaign organisations to meet with health minister George Freeman MP.

    This follows NHS England suspending its processes for commissioning drugs for extremely rare diseases. Following a legal challenge, a court agreed NHS England's processes actively discriminated against those with these rare diseases.

  • madge
    Article: Dec 8, 2014

    Local MP, Greg Mulholland, welcomed the Charity Manager of Kidz in Kampz, Madge Davey, to the Houses of Parliament to meet with the Minister for International Development which Greg had convened.

    Greg, who is patron of Kidz in Kampz, which is based in his constituency of Leeds North West, recently asked the Minister for International Development to meet with the charity about the many people who are stuck in camps on the Burma-Thai border, unable to return home and in a precarious situation, without enough food or supplies.

  • Lily
    Article: Dec 8, 2014

    Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, brought Lily Dunn's last four loomband moustaches to raise money for prostate cancer.

    Ten year old Lily from Bramhope, in Greg's constituency, has been making moustaches out of loom bands and selling them as keyrings to friends at her school, Bramhope Primary School, and at her mum's florist, Lily of Bramhope. Lily has raised £56 for charity through her creativity.