Fysh Seen In Yeovil Meeting Serena Wooton Whilst Dance Hits Out Over Apprenticeships

Fysh Seen In Yeovil Meeting Serena Wooton Whilst Dance Hits Out Over Apprenticeships

Marcus Fysh Seen in Yeovil, Meets with Green Party's Serena Wootton

In a rare appearance, Yeovil MP Marcus Fysh was seen in the town meeting with Green Party candidate Serena Wootton. This unexpected meeting comes as the Green Party gears up to challenge Fysh in the upcoming election, with Wootton aiming to unseat him from his position.

While details of their conversation were not disclosed, Fysh shared some insights on social media. He posted:

"Super evening at Westlands with Yeovil College Shining Stars. Celebrating students' achievement is hugely important and an inspiration. We are so lucky to have a high performing open minded educational institution like the College in our community and I am proud to back it all the way. Because a practical approach to educational improvement is the best way of changing life chances. Big thanks to all the staff, families and work placement sponsors involved. This event was also about celebrating what you do to support people achieve their dreams. Good also to meet with Green election candidate Serena Wootton and talk in particular about challenges in social care and getting more skilled workers into that industry."

 As the election approaches, it remains to be seen how this meeting will influence the political landscape in Yeovil.

Meanwhile Adam Dance, the local area favourite to become Yeovil's next MP, has been revealing the demise of apprenticeships in the town and how he plans to raise the figures, 

Yeovil Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate, Adam Dance, said:

“Young people across the country are being let down by a Conservative party that has failed to provide the opportunities they deserve and give businesses the flexibility they desperately need. 

“The declining number of people starting apprenticeships in Yeovil shows just how badly broken this Conservative government has left our apprenticeship system.

“Urgent reform is needed. That’s why the Liberal Democrats committed to stop treating apprentices as second class workers by increasing the apprenticeship wage, and to reform the apprenticeship levy to boost numbers and stop this decline.”

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