Alongside a visit to Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital, Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, joined Health Secretary Matt Hancock MP, at a private function, held at Boston Golf Club, for members of the Boston and Skegness Conservative Association.

At the function, Boris met with members, the Prime Minister reassured his constituents that the UK was on track to leave the EU on October 31st.

During the visit to Pilgrim Hospital, Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock announced the plans to spend an additional £1.8bn on the NHS.

Whilst addressing members, Mr Johnson said: “We Conservatives believe in giving everyone the same opportunities, through education funding, infrastructure funding, better roads including a Boston bypass, and full fibre broadband for all properties.”

Leader of Boston Borough Council, Councillor Aaron Spencer said: “It has been a true honour to welcome Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock to Boston today. I am thrilled to hear that an investment is being offered to enhance and develop Boston’s Pilgrim Hospital, which has been underfunded for long enough and suffered through difficult times with immense pressures.”

Councillor Spencer discussed plans for the new PE21 masterplan with the Health Secretary, who showed keen interest in seeing the project develop, particularly with the introduction of additional health services within the Borough of Boston.

Councillor Aaron Spencer (Leader of Boston Borough Council) with Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP


Councillor Aaron Spencer (Leader of Boston Borough Council) with Health Secretary, Matt Hancock MP