Fiona welcomes significant rise in funding for local schools

Fiona has welcomed the announcement today of significant increase in funding for secondary school pupils' education - rising to the £4,800 per pupil minimum which she had campaigned for. In total, the Government has announced an extra £1.3bn per year into school budgets.

Fiona meets with Government to press for help for Congleton Museum

Fiona met in Parliament with John Glen MP, Minister in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to press for help for Congleton Museum to realise its visionary aspiration of moving to Bradshaw House to expand its offer to visitors and school students, increase its exhibition space and develop

'A Summer Concert of English Music' with Congleton Choral Society

Tonight, Fiona attended A Summer Concert of English Music by Congleton Choral Society. The pictures show Fiona meeting the Congleton Town Mayor and Patti Pinto from the choir and of the choir prior to the start of the performance.

Afterwards, Fiona praised the evening, saying:

Family Matters - as featured in The House Magazine

We won’t improve children’s mental health without supporting wider family relationships, writes Fiona Bruce MP

Originally published in The House magazine on Friday 14th July 2017