True blue Tory turns red

AN MP has supported a charity's work.

Wednesday, 23rd March 2016, 6:00 am
From left, Hamble Heights chief executive Peter Curtis, activities assistant Corinna Smith, resident Jane Edens and Suella Fernandes MP

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.

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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.’