- 13th June 2012
Local firms are invited to join Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris for a “Skills Breakfast” to discuss what can be done to address the skills gap facing the local economy.
The MP is organising the event on Friday 29th June, together with Halesowen-based Sandvik Coromant and the Black Country Chamber of Commerce.
Local businesses will be able to learn more about the support that is available to help small and medium-sized companies to train employees, and how apprentices could help their company.
Inviting businesses to attend, Mr Morris said: read more »
- 7th June 2012
Local people with autism are no longer being restrained or sedated due to an approach that allows them to live independently in their own homes for the first time in their lives.
Mr. Morris met with residents of Old Hill who have autism and heard how their lives have been transformed since their support was redesigned with them in the driving seat by Dimensions, a not-for-profit provider of social care. read more »
- 6th June 2012
A Cradley Heath engineering firm has gained national recognition after one of its products was included in a scheme to showcase the best of British manufacturing.
Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris nominated the “Type X” anti-vibration mount made by Caparo Dynamics in Corngreaves Road, for the Made By Britain project. read more »
- 4th June 2012
Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris stepped in to lend a hand at the Black Country Foodbank in Halesowen.
After seeing the work being done by regular volunteers at the charity’s base in Little Cornbow, the Member of Parliament put on a high-visibility jacket and got stuck in.
He unloaded incoming donations of food, marked their best-before dates and stacked shelves in the warehouse. read more »
- 31st May 2012
West Midlands Ambulance Service welcomed Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris to their new base in Halesowen to see the impact of recent changes.
Mr Morris visited the new ambulance station in the Trinity Point building, which replaced the old ambulance station in Old Hawne Lane at the end of last month. read more »