Kingston, Surbiton, New Malden, Norbiton, Hook, Chessington, Berrylands and Tolworth.

Ed at a local dentist in Chessington.

Ed improves our local NHS

Durin his time as our MP, Ed won investment in Kingston Hospital's A&E and maternity unit, and campaigned for the current rebuild of Tolworth Hospital.
He helped start a new service to support family carers at Kingston Hospital, and has been a strong national champion for carers.
Ed's led campaigns for more investment in local NHS dentists and GPs - from the proposed new surgery in Norbiton to GP-led health centres built in Surbiton and Chessington.

Ed at the ground-breaking of Unilever’s new Global HQ

Ed wins investment in our borough

Ed has championed our local economy - from helping establish Kingston First 20 years ago - one of the country's first Business Improvement Districts - to backing Unilever building their new Global HQ here.
His campaigns for better CCTV and more police have helped tackle crime, and his campaigns have seen disabled access installed in stations from Surbiton to Chessington South, New Malden to Kingston.

Ed meets with local people every week to help with their problems.

Ed fought for us in and out of Parliament

During his time as an MP, Ed worked hard all year round for us - holding two advice surgeries a week and helping thousands of people locally with their issues.
In Parliament he raised our concerns - such as challenging the Prime Minister over the shortage of NHS dentists.

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