Post Offices and People on the Campaign Trail

Karen Bradley has been covering ground across the Moorlands in the general election campaign and today she joined the leader of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Sybil Ralphs, in Stockton Brook and Bagnall and Stanley.

Only One Topic In Biddulph - Conservative Policies Discussed

Karen Bradley joined her political opponents on the hustings in Biddulph on Sunday night and there was only one topic of discussion. Both the questions from the floor and the commments from members of the panel discussed only Conservative policies on health, the economy and Karen's involvement in the local community.

Farming Issues To The Fore on the Hustings in the Moorlands

Karen joined her political opponents on the hustings in Horton Village Hall on Friday for an in depth discussion of farming issues. The NFU organised a lively and searching session for the challengers in the general election.

Debate and Discussion at the Cock Inn as the Leaders Clash

A lively group of Karen's supporters joined her in the convivial atmosphere of the Cock Inn in Leek to watch David Cameron in the leaders' debate yesterday. The conversation flowed and the excellent buffet was very welcome after a day of campaigning in the Moorlands.

Karen Visits Staffs Moorlands Community Volutary Services

Karen spent a fascinating couple of hours with Jill Norman and her colleagues at the Staffordshire Moorlands Community Voluntary Services in Leek on Thursday. SMCVS is an umbrella organisation for the voluntary sector in the Moorlands, providing help and support in all sorts of way.

Shadow Europe Minister Mark Francois Supports Karen Bradley

Mark Francois, the Shadow Minister for Europe, took time out to support Karen's campaign in Staffordshire Moorlands on Tuesday. Karen and Mark visited the Kerrygold plant in Leek to see one of the area's biggest companies in action.

Supporting Local Pubs and Businesses

Karen Bradley was campaigning in and around Waterhouses on Monday where she met another wide range of businesses from PR agencies to builders merchants - reinforcing her view that the only typical thing about Staffordshire Moorlands is its variety!