Alex Chalk MP promotes Cheltenham and The University of Gloucestershire as the Cyber Skills hub of the UK at the launch of the National Cyber Awareness Course.

The University of Gloucestershire , The National Cyber Skills Centre, and Keele University were pleased to host the launch of The National Cyber Awareness Course which has been designed to provide an increased awareness across the United Kingdom for employees, students and members of the public to the risks and benefits of the cyber world.

Chalk calls for police to respond to all burglary reports

Cheltenham’s MP, Alex Chalk, has met with the man responsible for delivering local policing across Gloucestershire, Superintendent Richard Cooper to seek reassurance that the force will continue to have a robust attitude towards burglary in the county.  

Chalk to host internship week for Cheltenham students

Cheltenham's MP, Alex Chalk, has announced details of his annual internship week for Cheltenham students. During the election campaign, the town's Conservative MP hopeful pledged to build upon his inaugural 'Law and Politics' internship week, held last summer, by organising a follow up programme within his first 100 days in office.

Alex Chalk launches search for his own apprentice

Cheltenham's MP, Alex Chalk, has kick started the search for his own apprentice. The successful candidate, who will be based in Mr Chalk's constituency office, will undertake tasks including casework, diary management and producing policy briefings, while also completing a Business and Administration apprenticeship at Gloucestershire College.

Chalk hails “lifeline’’ for those living in broadband “e-poverty” at Cheltenham’s first Broadband Summit

Cheltenham’s MP, Alex Chalk, has hailed as a “lifeline’’ guarantees won for Cheltonians living in so-called ‘‘e-poverty’’ at last week’s Broadband Summit. The summit was organised by Mr Chalk and attended by senior representatives from BT, Virgin Media and the Government-backed Fastershire scheme. It saw the town’s MP seek help for hundreds of Cheltonians who are struggling to get by on sub-2MB/second download speeds. Now Mr Chalk has won a pledge to help those worst affected, with the offer of satellite assistance.