Rt Hon David Evennett, MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has continued his programme of meetings with businesses based in his constituency. On Friday 2 October, he made three business-related visits.
In the morning, he met with Terry McGinty, who is the store manager of Sainsbury’s in Crayford. They talked about the latest developments at the store, their plans for the future and the general situation in the grocery market.
Afterwards, he met with Antony Garratt, the new Manager of the Bexleyheath Business Improvement District. They did a walkabout in Bexleyheath Broadway and discussed stalls and attractions in the town centre, empty units and engaging with local businesses.
In the afternoon, he paid a visit to Karen Woolven Floral Designs at Acorn Industrial Park in Crayford. He chatted with Karen in her studio, where she prepares flowers for weddings, corporate events and other contracts.
Mr Evennett said “It is important to visit a range of different businesses and organisations so that I can see at first-hand how they operate and how they are performing. It also gives me an opportunity to assist them with any problems that they might have and learn about their prospects for the future. If any business based in Bexleyheath and Crayford would like a meeting, my office can be contact on 020 7219 8403”.