New Gedling MP Tom Randall met with other Conservatives elected across Nottinghamshire to discuss how they can work together to improve the county.
The group on Monday (January 15) met to work through regional priorities, including fairer police and local government funding and transport and infrastructure investment.
The MPs can now fight for Nottinghamshire with one voice and work together to secure positive changes to the County.
The election results mark a huge political shift, having turning most of Nottinghamshire blue. In 1997 Ken Clarke was the only Conservative MP in Notts, but in 2019 nearly every single constituency in the county voted Conservative, leaving Nottingham City and Nottingham East as the only areas now represented by Labour.
Tom Randall, MP said: “It was great to catch up with my colleagues from across the county and be part of such a fantastic, talented group of Nottinghamshire MPs.
“I look forward to working with them over the course of this Parliament to make Nottinghamshire an even better place to live, work and raise a family.”