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Visiting a Cumbria domestic abuse centre

Victoria Atkins, Member of Parliament for Louth and Horncastle, recently visited Springfield Domestic Abuse Centre in her ministerial capacity as Home Office Undersecretary of State.

Remembering the Holocaust and its victims

In honour of Holocaust Memorial Day 2019, Victoria Atkins has signed the Holocaust Educational Trust's Book of Commitment in Parliament.

Holocaust Memorial Day is observed annually on January 27th, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.

Welcoming Coningsby St Michael’s pupils to Parliament

On January 17th, a group of 17 children from Coningsby St Michael’s and Chestnut Street Ruskington made the journey to London for a tour of the House of Commons. Afterwards, they were invited to a Question and Answer session with their Member of Parliament, Victoria Atkins.

Victoria Atkins Visits Spilsby Theatre

Victoria Atkins recently visited Spilsby Theatre to see progress on its £3.5m project to transform this Grade II listed building into an outstanding facility for the community

Changes at Louth Hospital

Following the public meeting that I arranged on Friday 5 October, I wrote to the Chair of Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group to raise the concerns that I share with local people about the future of Louth County Hospital.

Supporting Spilsby's Macmillan coffee morning

It was a pleasure to meet Spilsby residents at their Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning.

I spoke to Macmillan Nurse, Caz Lewis, and event organiser, June Dales, about the crucial support that Macmillan provides for so many people at the most critical time in their lives.

Bringing our soldier home

Yesterday I had the great privilege of bringing the memorial plaque of Private Charles Edward Woodward back home to Spilsby during a moving ceremony.

The plaque was presented to Spilsby by me and my colleague David Morris MP following a moving debate last year in the House of Commons.