Oliver's Column for My News – August 2018

The Thameslink service remains appalling. Thousands of us are still forced to leave home hours early just to get to work on time and every day we are faced with ridiculous delays, cancellations and overcrowding.

Oliver meets with local ambulance service

Oliver last month met with the East of England Ambulance Service to discuss their service and how the improvements they are making are benefiting the people who live in Hertsmere.

Oliver Awards Prizes to Hard-Working Local Students

Oliver was this year’s guest of honour at Aldenham Prep School’s end of term prize-giving ceremony.

The School’s Visitation Day event saw pupils aged from 4 to 11 rewarded for their all hard work, in front of friends, teachers and parents.

Oliver welcomes compensation announcement by Thameslink

Govia Thameslink have announced the details of the enhanced compensation which Thameslink passengers will receive. Season ticket holders from Elstree & Borehamwood, Radlett and Potters Bar will receive a months’ worth of compensation after the disruption to Govia Thameslink services.

Oliver Pushes for Bushey Station Improvements

Oliver has written to Transport for London to push for improvements to the facilities at Bushey station.

In a letter to Mike Brown, Commissioner of TfL, Oliver set out a number areas where he believed improvements were needed and called for action to address them.

Oliver Drops in to Aldenham Care Community

Oliver last Friday paid a visit to the residential care community at Delrow House, Aldenham, run by the Camphill Village Trust.

The site, which is set up as a small communal village, provides care and support to adults with learning and mental health disabilities.