Stuart Andrew was pleased to lend his support to World Cancer Day, an international day on February 4th every year that raises awareness of cancer and encourages its prevention, detection and treatment.
Aviva have announced the first winners of their latest Community Fund Competition and they include two projects within the constituency. Farsley Rehoboth and West End Primary in Horsforth have been awarded funds of up to £1,000 for their projects.
Following on from the #fundnotfail campaign from Together for Short Lives earlier in the year that called for an increase in statuary funding for children’s palliative care, it has been confirmed that an increase in funding has been granted.
After calls from Stuart in recent weeks for a funding increase to be allocated to Leeds, the Secretary of State, Matt Hancock MP, has confirmed the allocation to the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
On 30th November Stuart visited Martin House Hospice, which provides family-led care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions. The Hospice cares for children and their close ones all over Yorkshire.