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Question Time at Bohunt School

Damian joined students from Bohunt School, Bedales and Churcher's College at a 'Question Time' style event this afternoon, discussing 'education in an uncertain world'.

Visit to Cromwell Court in Bordon

Damian toured a new supported housing scheme in Bordon last week, meeting with Hampshire County Council Councillor Liz Fairhurst, Executive member for Adult Social Care and Health and Jess Hutchinson, Assistant Director, Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Services.

a message for the New Year

Damian writes a regular column for the Petersfield Post and below is his 2018 New Year message: 


Outstanding Ofsted report for TPS

Damian was delighted to join Principal Mr Marande and staff at The Petersfield School to celebrate their recent 'outstanding' Ofsted report, and was impressed by the students he had the opportunity to meet and talk with during the visit.

Visit to Prismatic in Alton

Damian visited Prismatic Limited last week and met with Managing Director Paul Brooks, and other team members, to see the work underway on the solar powered HALE Unmanned Aerial Vehicle they're building at their new premises in Alton.

Small Business Saturday

As part of the annual Small Business Saturday event, Damian met several business owners in Alton on Saturday.

Brexit Public Meeting in Alton

Hundreds of local residents came along to Damian's Brexit Public Meeting in Alton this morning, and had the opportunity to hear more about the EU Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration.

Small Business Saturday

Damian wrote a short article this week for the Herald group of papers about high street trading to coincide with Small Business Saturday:

Remembering our past

Damian writes a regular column in the Petersfield Post, with the centenary of the end of World War 1 the focus of today's piece:

Petersfield Infant School visit

Damian was delighted to be invited to meet Year 2's newly elected councillors at Petersfield Infant School last week, and to have discussions with Headteacher Allyson Crew, Deputy Headteacher Julie Amor and governor Sue Barrows.