Conservative party parliamentary candidate for the Welwyn Hatfield constituency, Right Honourable Grant Shapps has vowed to protect the identity of Welwyn Garden City if he is elected in the forthcoming general election scheduled for June.
Grant Shapps, who is seeking re-election to represent his constituency in the parliament, also promised to continue to fight vigorously to return an A&E to Welwyn Hatfield and to promote investment in town centers and other shopping areas.
He said that ‘’Welwyn Hatfield is being hotly contested, and every single vote is of importance. This is a crucial election for all of us, and that is why I hope you’ll support me on Thursday 8th June’’
‘’I am immensely proud to have had the opportunity to represent the communities within Welwyn Hatfield; the area in which my children are growing up. And the place I call home. I have worked with residents to achieve many great things over the years, such as our victory over the proposal for the hated News Barnfield incinerator, supported economic development, and more investment within our communities. With your support, we can continue to work together to make Welwyn Hafield even better’’ he said.
The erstwhile parliamentarian explained in a statement Welwyn Garden City, that one of the compelling local reasons why he should be supported is that he had lived locally in Welwyn Hatfield for a long time and he really understand the area and how best to represent it.
The former Minister of State at the Department for International Development who is so passionate about Welwyn Hatfield hoped to continue to serve the people by working all year round for everyone in his constituency.
He, therefore, urged all eligible voters in his constituency to come out in large number to vote for the conservative party and also vote for him as their representative in the parliament.