Jonathan attends Diabetes UK reception

Jonathan attended the Diabetes UK function in the Palace of Westminster.

For more information on preventing and living with diabetes:

Diabetes UK

Juvenile Diabetes Research Federation


Jonathan Lord opens new offices for local business, Invotra

With expansion plans to double the headcount in Woking over the next 3 years, Invotra needed more space and better facilities to achieve this. They were delighted when Jonathan Lord MP agreed to officially open the new office last Friday.

Jonathan Lord chairs local flood forum meetings

Jonathan Lord recently chaired two successful Flood Forum meetings in Pirbright and in Normandy. These fora bring together all the relevant Borough, Parish and County Councils and the other relevant utility companies, agencies and landowners.

Visting display of Woking's churches

Jonathan Lord joined the Mayor of Woking Cllr Tony Branagan, Chairman of Trustees for The Lightbox Aileen McLeish and Director of The Lightbox Marilyn Scott in attending the opening of a new display in the 'Woking's Story' museum at The Lightbox in Woking.

Jonathan's Bill passes the House of Commons

Jonathan Lord has successfully steered his Private Member's Bill on Armed Forces Citizenship through the House of Commons.

The Citizenship (Armed Forces) Bill received cross-party support for its third reading in the House of Commons.

Jonathan hosts soldiers and staff from ATC Pirbright

Members of the gym staff from the Army Training Centre, Pirbright, visited Parliament for an insight into the history of Parliament and a talk with Jonathan Lord about the role of an MP and how debates take place in the House of Commons.

Christmas fundraiser for Woking Hospice

In the run up to Christmas the Barclays branch in Woking opened its doors to local small businesses and also raised funds for Woking Hospice.

The challenges faced by young people living with a heart condition

Jonathan Lord joined the national charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) at a high profile parliamentary reception as it launched an inspiring new book for young people who have been diagnosed with a 'hidden' yet potentially fatal heart condition.