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Julian Sturdy - Strong Voice for York Outer

Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Hosepipe Ban for Yorkshire

Hosepipe Ban for Yorkshire

Yorkshire Water has announced that it will introduce a hosepipe ban from 26th August. Yorkshire Water’s director of water, Neil Dewis, said: “Parts of Yorkshire have seen the lowest rainfall since our records began more than 130 years ago. The hot, dry, weather means that Yorkshire’s rivers are running low and our reservoirs are around

York Press column – New North Yorkshire Mayor and new Yorkshire Prime Minister?

This is a historic month for our great county, as Yorkshire Day on 1st...

Julian welcomes 190 additional police officers for North Yorkshire Police

Julian has welcomed new figures that show 190 police officers have been recruited in...

York and North Yorkshire devolution deal signed

On Yorkshire Day, a new historic devolution deal for York and North Yorkshire was...

Julian supports HEART UK’s campaign for Better Heart Health

February 5, 2015

Julian is supporting HEART UK in its aim of ensuring that cardiovascular disease remains a key priority for the Government.

Despite progress being made, cardiovascular disease over the past 20 years is still the greatest health risk in the UK, with around 175,000 heart attacks every single year.

Julian attended the official launch of the charity’s one off cholesterol testing event in Parliament, highlighting HEART UK’s mission for the majority of adults to know and understand their cholesterol levels in order to take the necessary action to stay healthy.

Speaking after the event, Julian said: “I wholeheartedly endorse HEART UK’s ambition to ensure that everyone knows their cholesterol levels. It is important that the Government also does all it can to ensure that patients at risk of cardiovascular disease are cared for in the best possible way.

“Cholesterol testing is simple, quick and painless and I would encourage everyone to get themselves tested. I will continue to work closely with our local NHS to ensure that heart disease treatment remains well-coordinated throughout York.”