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This Back British Farming Day, Mike Wood MP is demonstrating his support for British farmers and growers and celebrating the high-quality, environmentally friendly and nutritious food they produce for the country.
The day is also a celebration and appreciation of a job ranked by the British public as one of the most important and well-respected professions, second only to nursing².
To mark the occasion, Mike Wood MP wore the emblem of Back British Farming Day during Prime Minister’s Questions; a wheatsheaf pin badge made of wool and wheat sourced from UK farms.
Mike Wood MP said: “I’m proud to wear the wheatsheaf pin badge on Back British Farming Day to show my support for the farmers and growers in Dudley South and the local area who do a fantastic job in providing the nation with high-quality and climate-friendly food, all while caring for our much loved countryside.Read More
Mike Wood MP joined Macmillan Cancer Support on Wednesday 13 September to highlight the issues our cancer care system is facing across the UK and in Dudley South.Read More
Mike's popular Dudley South Jobs & Skills Fair returns to Merry Hill this month with hundreds of job and training opportunities on offer from more than 40 organisations.Read More
I was pleased to be a part of the incredible cyclathon event hosted by @morrisons Kingswinford on Saturday to raise funds for their charity partner,Together for Short Lives in collaboration with AcRead More
Mike Wood, MP for Dudley South, visited local business Stiltz Homelifts to celebrate the company’s recent successes and their continued bucking of the trend within the healthcare manufacturing sectRead More