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Seema talks business in Leyland

Seema met with local building merchants, C&W Berry Ltd. to discuss what the government can do to continue to support local businesses and ensure even more jobs are created in South Ribble.

Seema joins the Battlefield North West at the BBC

Seema attended 'Battlefield North West', "a festival of elections" held at the BBC studios at Salford Quays to hear all about how the media are covering the elections throughout the region and what the psephologists are predicting will be the outcome of the election in May.

Seema discusses flooding and rural issues with NFU members

National Farmers' Union (NFU) members met with prospective Conservative MP for South Ribble, Seema Kennedy, to discuss a range of issues that are affecting farmers in the area. The topics ranged from flood defences, fracking, the state of the local roads and other rural issues, such as policing and public transport.

Seema supports Bank Hall restoration

Leading figures in the fight to restore Bank Hall in Bretherton have taken their case to the prospective Conservative MP for the area, Seema Kennedy.

Seema supports church charity shop

Propspective MP for South Ribble, Seema Kennedy, attended the opening of the Longton Commmunity Church charity shop on Friargate in Preston.

Students Debate Votes for 16 Year Olds

Seema was the judge of a student debate at Hutton Grammar School on whether 16 year old students should be able to vote in elections and handed out prizes on behalf of local MP, Lorraine Fullbrook.

Seema talks to school council

Seema Kennedy joined the children on the school council at St Mary Magdalen Catholic Primary School to talk about topics that concern the children in Penwortham. Seema also spoke with the headteacher, Mrs Gallagher, about wider education issues.

Seema talks health with hospital managers

Seema met with local hospital managers at the Royal Preston Hospital to talk about the future of NHS acute services for local residents in South Ribble. She met with the Chief Executive of the NHS Trust, Karen Partington, and the chairman of the hospital board, Stuart Heys, to hear from them how the hospital is working to keep up the excellent work all the staff do in treating local residents who are sick.