MP gets to work within hours of election
freshly-elected MP Tessa Munt wasted no time in getting straight
down to work on Friday (May 7th) when she made a special visit
to a Highbridge community hall within hours of being voted in.
visited Highbridge's Morland Hall where she discussed current
issues affecting the facilities with residents and leaders from
the Sedgemoor Community Partnership.
Mathews, Chairman of Sedgemoor Community Partnership, told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"Tessa felt the Highbridge Morland Estate was a priority
starting point and discussed the current issues affecting Morland
Hall with myself, in addition to local issues concerning the newly-formed
Highbridge Residents Association."
got straight down to work and has promised to conduct some of
her regular surgeries bi-monthly from the Morland Hall."
was presented with a bouquet of flowers from members of Highbridge
Residents Association (pictured top) to congratulate her on her
in the day, the hall also hosted a visit by the High Sheriffs
of Somerset - Pat Hunt and John Alvis MBE - along with Justin
Sargent, Director of Somerset's Community Foundation.
informal visit was held to discuss progress on grant funding given
by Somerset Community Foundation to Sedgemoor Community Partnership.
Mathews told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The guests discussed the
overall schemes and projects, viewed the area, and visited the
new local initiatives were discussed and SCP are looking for a
partner group to extend the training and community projects anticipated
to be undertaken now that their lease with SDC has in principle