Julian visited Bibby’s of Ingleton, the family run coach holidays operator, to see their wide variety of tours that they have been offering, with a fantastic range of holidays, day excursions and the option to privately hire coaches.
Julian visited Craven College to see what steps the college had taken to re-open and to discuss the latest local educational opportunities for young people. Whilst on his visit Julian met with the new Principal Lindsey Johnson.
Julian visited Farmison & Co where he viewed their expansion plans and heard about the company's success creating jobs and growing consumer demand for local meat, with specific regard to their online meat box deliveries and their aim to ensure everyone ‘eats better meat’.
Julian visited the Ripon Cathedral where he viewed the Cathedral’s renewed design plans. The Cathedral aims to provide 21st century facilities in support of the Cathedral's mission to the whole region.
Following concerns raised by NYCC regarding Kex Gill funding changes, Mr Smith wrote to the Secretary of State for Transport. The Secretary of State confirmed that funding is available for this scheme, should it complete all the remaining approval steps.
Julian Smith MP recently visited Galphay Lane in Ripon. He has been contacted by many constituents regarding transport links in the Ripon Barracks redevelopment, with many specific concerns raised regarding vehicle access southward.
Mr Smith toured Spirit of Masham gin distillery and had a taste of the Gin experience that is on offer. He also saw how owners Carol and Derek transformed their distillery. They were the first in the country to apply to HMRC regardingmaking and distributing hand sanitiser.
July 3rd Julian Smith MP spent the afternoon visiting local small businesses in Skipton. He visited a number of local businesses along the high street which have re-opened after the outbreak of coronavirus, and are now welcoming customers whilst implementing safe, social distancing measures.
Letters from Julian Smith MP addressed to Richard Flinton Chief Executive of North Yorkshire County Council and Wallace Sampson Chief Executive of Harrogate Borough Council sent on 30 June 2020 regarding the Ripon Barracks development proposals.
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