News, press & speeches
- Teresa Pearce MP supports ‘Dental Check by One’ campaign.
- Teresa Pearce MP backs campaign to end rough sleeping for good
- Scientist from Erith and Thamesmead joins Teresa in parliament
- Teresa Pearce MP urges Government to implement childhood obesity plan without delay
- Teresa speaking about the failure of Universal Credit on the BBC this weekend
Category Archives: Events
Teresa Pearce MP has met with the Obesity Health Alliance, a coalition of over 40 leading charities, medical royal colleges and campaign groups to discuss childhood obesity. Currently, 22.6% of children in England start primary school with excess weight or … Continue reading
This weekend, it was a privilege to lay wreaths at ceremonies across the constituency in Remembrance Day services in Thamesmead, Erith and Plumstead.
(L-R Andrew Gibson – Habinteg Vice Chair, Sheron Carter- Habinteg Chief Executive, Sam Renke – … Continue reading
Teresa Pearce MP is holding a Summer School for young people between the ages of 16-21 who … Continue reading
Teresa visited Conway Primary School in Plumstead to sit in on a class of children who are studying an award winning money skills programme. Teresa, joined the year 6 pupils as they tackled everything from understanding the value of money, … Continue reading
Teresa has pledged to help overhaul local care for Parkinson’s after a report revealed a shocking lack of mental health support for the condition – despite anxiety and depression being amongst its most common symptoms. Attending the launch of the … Continue reading
On the 23rd May 2018, Teresa joined over 90 other MPs at an Alzheimer’s Society event to launch their new report, Dementia – the true cost as part of their Fix Dementia Care campaign. Dementia is among the most complex … Continue reading
Teresa Pearce MP for Erith and Thamesmead has called for the scrapping of prescription charges for everyone in England with a long-term health condition. New independent economic analysis reveals that such a move could actually save the NHS millions and … Continue reading