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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Julian Visits Award Winning Miller’s Fish & Chips in Haxby

Julian Visits Award Winning Miller’s Fish & Chips in Haxby

On Friday Julian met with Nick, David and Lesley Miller who run their family business, Miller’s Fish and Chips, from their shop in the centre of Haxby. Miller’s Fish and Chips recently picked up the ‘Best in North East England’ title as well as third place for Independent Takeaway Fish & Chip Shop of the

Julian voices local concerns in Parliament over Strensall Barracks closure plans

Yesterday, Julian spoke up for local residents affected by the planned closure of Strensall...

Update on broadband roll-out in York Outer

Julian Sturdy recently organised a meeting with Superfast West Yorkshire and BT to discuss...

Julian Presses Prime Minister on CAMHS Waiting Times

Today Julian shone the spotlight on Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in...

Julian Supports World Cancer Day 2017

February 3, 2017

Julian recently attended an event in Parliament to show his support for World Cancer Day on Saturday 4 February, 2017.

He met with representatives from seven of the UK’s leading charities who have joined forces to unite the nation and help people affected by cancer.

Cancer Research UK, Breast Cancer Care, Breast Cancer Now, CLIC Sargent, Anthony Nolan, Bowel Cancer UK and Marie Curie are calling on people across York Outer to show their support by wearing a Unity Band or donating.

By joining forces, the charities will make a bigger impact in transforming the lives of millions who are affected by cancer.

The Unity Bands are made of two parts, knotted together, to symbolise strength in unity and the power of what can be achieved when people join forces.

The bands are available from each charity on their websites, shops and other retail outlets for a suggested donation of £2. All money raised from the Unity Bands will go towards the charities individual work.

One in two people born in the UK will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime.

Julian said: “It is rare to come across someone who has not had their life affected by cancer in some way, whether it be themselves or a family member or friend. The work done by Cancer Research UK and others is so important, and I hope people will support World Cancer Day on Saturday 4th February.”