Flooding Update from Nigel Adams MP

We have been fortunate in Selby and Ainsty. While there has been some flooding it has been nowhere near as serious as elsewhere in the Country.

Flooding Advice and Updates

Firstly, I would like to send my best wishes to everyone affected by the flooding of the recent week and those who are threatened by the weather to come. I have visited several communities affected and I know there is a lot of work going on to help prepare for potential flooding.

Coronavirus Update

In the links below I have attached some information for the constituents of Selby and Ainsty on the outbreak of Coronavirus in China, including the current situation in the UK and information about the virus and its symptoms, it also includes how you can help stop germs from spreading

Selby District’s 9th Jobs Fair

Business is booming in Selby District. As businesses expand they need more staff and as a result there will be hundreds of jobs on offer from over 30 employers at the Selby Jobs Fair on Thursday 26 September.

£9M go ahead for Tadcaster Flood Defence project

The Government has announced £62.35M of additional funding for flood defence schemes in England. Much of this will benefit projects across the Northern Powerhouse. Tadcaster has done  especially well with £9M from the total of £62.35M.

Update from Nigel Adams MP on Travellers in Brayton

Constituents contacted me last week about travellers with caravans on Selby bypass. I saw this for myself can confirm that I have contacted both Selby District Council and North Yorkshire County Council.

Well Done C-Kore Systems

Local business C-Kore Systems is being honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for their innovation work. Nigel Adams, MP for Selby and Ainsty, has welcomed the news and congratulated C-Kore on an incredible achievement.

AZUMA Comes to Selby

On 16 May Selby experienced the benefits of a £5.7Billion new train replacement project started in 2011. The new AZUMA trains are smoother, have more seats, more room and accelerate faster than any other train running in Britain.