Damian was Interested to meet with Alton-based Kidney Care UK last week, and to see more detail today on the plans to introduce a new opt-out system for organ donation – providing thousands of people across the UK the opportunity to have the life-changing surgery they need.
Damian always appreciates the opportunity to visit local businesses and today he had the pleasure of meeting Nigel and the team at GamesQuest. Based in Bordon, the company supplies thousands of different types of games and merchandise. For more information:
In National Apprenticeship Week, Damian visited Alton-based company Testo in meet Will, an accounting apprentice who is supported by the apprenticeship scheme at East Hampshire District Council company.
Damian met with the Head of the Independent Commission on Aviation Noise (ICCAN) to discuss the work of the new body and how future plans for airspace modernisation and airport expansion may impact local communities.
Damian Hinds has said the owners of Farnborough Airport must be held to account for reassurances given to local residents on the impact of flightpaths that will be used once the new controlled airspace comes into force in 2020.