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Jonathan updates residents about Solarplicity

Jonathan is aware of some residents concerns about energy supplier Solarplicity going out of business.

It is has been confirmed that any of the customers under the Community Energy Scheme (which is in partnership with Stoke-on-Trent City Council) will not be affected. 

Jonathan celebrates a record number of people in work

Official ONS figures show that in the West Midlands, there are 2,809,316 people in work – meaning that, under the Conservatives, 312,235 more people have been able to access the security of a job.

Friends of Clough Hall Park: Jonathan needs you!

Jonathan Gullis, Conservative Party Parliamentary candidate for Stoke-on-Trent North, has written to Cllr Jill Waring, Portfolio Holder for Community Safety and Wellbeing, following on from the public police meeting Jonathan organised for Kidsgrove & Talke residents.

Jonathan meets with Potteries MoneyWise

Whilst much has gone on to reduce workless households and unemployment across Stoke-on-Trent North, Kidsgrove and Talke the House of Commons Library shows that average earnings for full and part time workers is in the bottom 20 per cent nationally. 

Jonathan meets YMCA North Staffordshire

On Thursday 25th July, Jonathan was grateful to Daniel Flynn, CEO of YMCA North Staffordshire, for meeting him in order to listen and learn about the incredible work the YMCA does.

Jonathan organises local police meeting

Having written previously to Matthew Ellis (Staffordshire Police Crime Commissioner) and Gareth Morgan (Chief Constable of Staffordshire Police), Jonathan was grateful to receive a reply from Chief Constable Clair Langley of Newcastle Local Policing Team Commander. 

Jonathan helps for a cleaner Goldenhill & Sandyford

Following a recent survey of Goldenhill and Sandyford residents, Parliamentary candidate Jonathan Gullis and local City Councillor Chandra Kanneganti responded to the concerns over litter from the local fast food chains.