My Week in Westminster - 5th June

Hosted a Leicestershire Promotions Dinner in Parliament – I was delighted we were able to announce the Loughborough Festival of Illustrated Children's Literature to the national media following many months of discussions. The festival will take place for the first time from 22nd-26th October this year, with a major five-day event showcasing new and existing literature for children. 

My Week in Westminster - 29th May

Swore in as the Member of Parliament for Loughborough – After a long campaign meeting people from across Loughborough, Shepshed, Quorn, Barrow, Sileby, Hathern, Mountsorrel Castle and the Wolds villages, I was privileged to be re-elected as Loughborough’s voice in Westminster over the next 5 years.  

Nicky Morgan welcomes increased funding for school buildings in Loughborough

Nicky Morgan has welcomed news that eight schools locally will receive funding to improve their school buildings. This is part of an extra £367 million that the government has allocated for investment in buildings at over one thousand schools across the country. The condition improvement fund targets schools that need additional money for repairs, or to help them expand.

My Week in Westminster - 6th March

Spoke to an event organised by the Loughborough-based Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors – The institute is based in Loughborough and represents the ergonomics and human factors sector, which works to improve the design of products, systems, and processes. The institute has recently been granted its Royal Charter, recognising its important contribution to our country. You can find out more information here:

Nicky Morgan attends Leicester Riders game

Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough, was at Leicester Rider’s BBL Trophy semi-final, first leg against London Lions, at the Sir David Wallace Centre at Loughborough University on Sunday 2nd March, to recognize the work of the Riders in promoting education through sport.

My Week in Westminster - 27th February

Raised the issue of police pensions with the Home Secretary – This week I have raised several issues regarding police pensions and the pension entitlement of police widows with the Home Secretary on behalf of local residents.

Shepshed Business Fair hailed a success

The first Shepshed Business Fair which took place on Wednesday has been hailed as a success by local businesses. The Fair, which was held at Shepshed High School, was the first of its kind to be held in Shepshed. It was organised by local MP Nicky Morgan and Cllr Christine Radford and was sponsored by Urgo Medical who are based in the town.