True blue Tory turns red

From left, Hamble Heights chief executive Peter Curtis, activities assistant Corinna Smith, resident Jane Edens and Suella Fernandes MP
From left, Hamble Heights chief executive Peter Curtis, activities assistant Corinna Smith, resident Jane Edens and Suella Fernandes MP
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AN MP has supported a charity’s work.

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes, a Conservative, went to Hamble Heights in Hillside Mews, Sarisbury Green, to help the residents celebrate British Heart Foundation’s red-themed ‘Wear It Beat It’ campaign. Residents and visitors dressed in red for the campaign, which supports research into heart and circulatory disease.

She said: ‘I had a wonderful afternoon and got to chat with so many lovely people.

‘The atmosphere at Hamble Heights is incredibly welcoming and homely. There’s a real sense of community here.

‘I was delighted to help the residents support Wear It Beat It. It’s an important campaign supporting vital research.’