Constituents' Health Campaigns & Issues

Mims is proud to support a number of health causes that have been flagged to her by Eastleigh constituents, and that have become important to her from her own personal experiences.

Mims says:

'There are so many good causes championed around Eastleigh, and I am delighted to work with these charities and awareness campaigns both in the constituency and in parliament. This includes everything from running the 2017 London Marathon to raise money for CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young), to asking the Secretary of State and even the Prime Minister for action on Women's Health issues.'

'Constituents are very brave to come to me, both in person or via an email, to share their personal difficulties; and I feel very fortunate to be able to speak out for them in Parliament.'



Mims backs Cystic Fibrosis Campaign

The Member of Parliament for Eastleigh, Mims Davies, has shown her support for the Cystic Fibrosis Trusts’ campaign for access to the drug Orkambi.

Mims continues to support Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)

During her time as the Member of Parliament for Eastleigh, Mims Davies MP has supported CRY and Wessex heartbeat both in Westminster and in the Constituency. She has also proudly raised money for the cause by competing in the 2017 London Marathon and the Eastleigh 10K.

Mims asks Ministers about better ‘Changing Places’ for disabled people

Member of Parliament for Eastleigh, Mims Davies, has asked Ministers what action the Government was taking to ensure that more changing places, particularly for children and young adults, are available across her constituency of Eastleigh, as well as more widely across the UK.

Mims Speaks Out on Primodos Report

Eastleigh MP, Mims Davies, has spoken out today on the report released by the Commission on Human Medicines’ Expert Working Group on Hormone Pregnancy Tests in relation to the Primodos scandal.

Mims Urges Constituents to Get the Flu Jab

Eastleigh MP Mims Davies is encouraging constituents to have a flu jab this winter after going to a Boots pharmacy on Leigh Road at the weekend to have the injection herself.

Mims Hopes for Smoke-Free Generation

Eastleigh MP Mims Davies has spoken in the House of Commons in favour of the Government’s Tobacco Control plan as part of an important conversation on the coming of smoke-free Britain.

Mims continues to support Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)

On the 8th October there will be a free heart screening to people between the ages of 14-35 at Fleming Park Leisure Centre, provided by the Cardiac Risk In The Young (CRY) charity and organised by Graham and Anne Hunter in memory of their daughter Claire Reed.