Karen Bradley continued her election campaign with visits to local businesses around Rushton Spencer. Karen is committed to helping bring in Conservative policies that will reduce red tape, promote employment and help local businesses flourish - if the Conservatives win the election. With only 24 days to go until the Moorlands gets to vote for change, Karen met local businesses around Rushton Spencer to listen to their hopes and what they need from government.
They were pleased that her business background will help her speak up for them in Parliament. Syd Bullock with his prize-winning flock of Greyfaced Dartmoor sheep is typical of a business-like Moorlands farmer. Heaton House Farm has been very successful as a wedding and function venue. Moss and Lovatt hauliers represent another important industry in the Moorlands and the Wincle brewery produces very popular local products! Together they demonstrate the variety of local businesses that make the Moorlands such a diverse place with such a range of opportunity.
Karen said, "It was great to be back visiting these fantastic local companies. I'm so optimistic for the Moorlands if we can set them - and many other companies like them - free from red tape so they can grow and bring secure employment. We need a change of government to get policies that will let them succeed - starting with cancelling Labour's tax on jobs."