The Cannock Chase MP, who is a strong advocate of technical and vocational education, including apprenticeships, expressed her disappointment at the closure of South Staffordshire College's Cannock campus during a debate in Parliament. She also called for consideration to be given to the role th
Amanda Milling has welcomed news of major road repairs planned for Cannock Chase. Staffordshire County Council has confirmed to Amanda that works have been scheduled for some of roads across Cannock Chase which are in need of repair.
Amanda Milling, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Cannock Chase, met with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, the Rt. Hon Sajid Javid, to discuss the regeneration of Cannock town centre.
Brandon Lewis, Minister for Policing and the Fire Services, joined Cannock Chase’s Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Amanda Milling on a visit to Slitting Mill, Rugeley to meet with residents who have been affected by the illegal waste fire at Oak Tree Farm.
I am extremely disappointed that South Staffordshire College has announced it is closing the Cannock Campus. Cannock Chase needs a local further education presence to ensure that younger generation can get a good education and the best start in life.
It has been a real honour and privilege to have served as the Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase since May 2015. The last two years have flown by and it feels like only yesterday that I was elected.
Since last autumn, hundreds of children have taken part in Voice Box – the joke-telling competition for schools in England, Scotland and Wales. Twenty made it through to the final at Speaker’s House, Westminster in London on 29 March.