Mark Pritchard MP raises the issue of rural crime

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, has met with the new Acting Superintendent for West Mercia's Police Shropshire Division, Mo Lansdale.

Mr Pritchard raised concerns about thefts from land rovers, illicit drugs, rural oil thefts as well as child sexual exploitation.

Mark Pritchard praises ambulance staff

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, has met with Anthony Marsh, Chief Executive of West Midlands Ambulance Service, and praised the "dedicated men and women" of the ambulance service who serve throughout Shropshire.

Holocaust Memorial Day

This week Mark Pritchard MP signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly

Shawbirch Development

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, has welcomed Telford and Wrekin Council’s decision to withdraw the outline planning application in which it was co-applicant.

Leonard Cheshire campaign

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, has lent his support to Leonard Cheshire's campaign to help those with disabilities receive improved social care at home.

Be a peacemaker

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, gives his support to Christian Aid’s ‘Be A Peacemaker Campaign’.

Mark Pritchard visits agri--tech hub at Harper Adams

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, visited the agri-tech hub at Harper Adams University in Newport.

Mr Pritchard said: “Agri-tech is vital to the UK economy and Shropshire is playing a leading part in Agri-tech development and innovation”.

Mark Pritchard calls for famine relief

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, joined Oxfam in calling for a ceasefire in Yemen so that food aid can reach millions of starving people.

Combat Stress

Wrekin MP, Mark Pritchard, and Brecon and Radnorshire MP, Chris Davies, today call for an “Independent Inquiry’ into the circumstances leading up to the discharge of the former soldier and Falkland’s War veteran, Gus Hales, who claims he was poorly treated by Combat Stress the national veteran’s

Veterans and mental health

Mental health support for veterans is a top priority of mine. Having lost an ex-serviceman friend of mine to suicide in the 1990s, I know first hand the extent to which mental health trauma can blight the lives of ex-servicemen and women and the families and friends that support them.