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.
Damian was delighted to welcome the Google Digital Garage bus to Petersfield today, offering free courses and one to one sessions with members of the public. This was a follow up to a session the Google team ran in Alton a year ago.
Damian was pleased to meet with James Child at the WBRC today, for an update on development plans across Whitehill & Bordon and to talk about the great progress that has been made and the projects that are still to come.
Damian was pleased to kick off the Social Action Day organised by Community First, in conjunction with the Deadwater Valley Trust and the Signal business hub. The the group of volunteers spent three hours working together in the beautiful Bordon valley.
Damian was delighted to be invited to take part in an Eco Forum today at Churcher's College in Petersfield. The students, from across the secondary school year groups, came prepared with some very interesting and important questions on climate change.