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Visit to Robert Gordon University to hear from Social Work Students

Following a meeting with Dave Humphrey, Course Leader in Social Work at Robert Gordon University, Andrew spent the morning speaking with social work students. Following a long question and answer session Andrew said it was "Challenging but enjoyable & so useful to hear from those who are abou

On Deeside to Celebrate Salmon Season Opening

Andrew spent this morning on the banks of the River Dee to celebrate the opening of the 2020 Salmon Fishing Season. Fishing is a huge part of the local economy on Deeside and Andrew has pledged to continue supporting the industry and the wider tourism sector. 

Sea of Opportunity Following SFF Meeting

Andrew met the SFF in Parliament today following the UK Governments commitment to take the UK out of the hated CFP. Fishermen across the North East of Scotland have long supported the UK becoming an independent coastal state and will take full advantage of the benefits of being so. 

Ministerial Visit to Westhill

Andrew welcomed Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Dowden MP to Westhill this morning as the two visited Total to hear about the incredible investment in new technologies and the future of the north sea energy industry.

Andrew Speaks on 'Positive' Feedback from The Constituency

Andrew spent the day out and about in Kemnay today during a brief trip home from Parliament before returning the same evening ready for a rare Saturday sitting. After a busy morning on the doors he spoke about the positive response from constituents towards getting Brexit done.

James Tayor Statue Unveiled

Andrew spent the morning along side other local politicians and hundreds of people at the unveiling of the statue of James Taylor in Auchenblae. The local Mearns man introduced tea to Sri Lanka.

Andrew Visits Rovop

Today, Andrew caught up with Steve Gray at Westhill based company Rovop, They took the opportunity to discuss the current state of play in the oil sector, business and Brexit.

 

ScotRail Public Meeting

Andrew attended a packed public meeting in Laurencekirk tonight, ScotRail reps were questioned by members of the public annoyed by the changes to the timetable and the woeful service experienced on trains going south.