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Andrew Jones is the MP for Harrogate and Knaresborough.
Originally from Ilkley and educated locally at Bradford Grammar School and Leeds University, Andrew lives in Harrogate. Before being elected as our MP in 2010, Andrew worked in sales and marketing for Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate. As a resident too, Andrew uses the same services that local people use and so is keen to get the best for our area.
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The vaccine rollout has continued at pace, locally and nationally. The centres in Harrogate and Knaresborough have been really busy. Over 3 in 5 adults have now had a jab. That is ahead of almost every other country, so a huge well done and thank you to the vaccine teams as they head to the[…]
Knaresborough-based Your Consortium are currently looking for businesses and charities across Yorkshire who would like to give a young person a great opportunity through the government’s Kickstart scheme. The scheme will provide the full wage for 25 hours/week for 6 months as well as a £1,200 flexible grant to support with equipment, training and support[…]
The passing of the Duke of Edinburgh is a sad time for our nation. Prince Philip had a life-long record of public service to The Queen, to our country and to the many organisations he supported. It is a record that is second-to-none and my thoughts are with Her Majesty, the Royal Family and Prince[…]
Although locked down with our everyday lives much restricted there is a palpable sense of relief in the air. At the time of writing over 13.5 million doses of vaccine have been administered. As you read this we will have reached the government’s target date for vaccinating the top four groups in phase one of[…]
As we approach mid-February – where the government and the NHS had aimed to vaccinated the top four at risk groups from COVID-19 – I wanted to give you a further update on local and national progress. First though can I thank the many hundreds of people who have come back with questions from my[…]
Vaccinations progress. In York and North Yorkshire as of Monday of this week there had been 52,500 vaccinations delivered to the extremely clinically vulnerable groups and a further 12,000 in hospitals to front line health and care workers. In our area the majority of vaccinations are being delivered at the centre at the Yorkshire Showground.[…]
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