This week, Weston MP John Penrose took signed petitions from the Weston Mercury’s campaign for a fairer funding formula to Downing Street.
Hello and welcome to the campaign website to re-elect John Penrose as MP for Weston-super-Mare. Please use this site to find out more about the work John has done for Weston and the villages since he was first elected as our local MP in 2005 and his pledges for the area's future if we re-elect him on May 7th 2015.
WESTON has officially been named as a ‘housing zone’, paving the way for town centre regeneration – John Penrose and Conservative councillors have welcomed the funding and support that will allow a revamp of poor quality brownfield sites as opposed to tearing into green fields or impacting village infrastructure as we have seen elsewhere.
The Weston Mercury reports on the heartfelt tributes to long-serving former Weston MP Sir Jerry Wiggin, who died aged 78, offered by the town’s politicians. The town's current MP, John Penrose, shares an important piece of advice and a refreshing perspective that Sir Jerry offered him.
John Penrose has put forwards Thatchers Cider as his nomination for Exported by Britain, an initiative that looks to challenge the dominant myth that the UK no longer exports to the rest of the world.
Weston’s MP, John Penrose, has given a cautious welcome to the new short-term franchise to operate trains from Weston to Taunton, Bristol and London.
Weston's MP, John Penrose, was delighted to unveil that Jessie May based in Weston-super-Mare has become TSB's first Local Charity Partner. The organisation provides nursing care at home for children with terminal illness.
John Penrose added his voice to the many tributes paid to the former Conservative MP for Weston-super-Mare Sir Jerry Wiggin who died aged 78.
Local MPs Liam Fox and John Penrose have confirmed that they will go through with their promise, made two weeks ago, to get Eric Pickles, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, to call in a decision by planning inspectors to impose 21,000 extra houses to be built in North Somerset, against the democratic will of local communities.
Weston’s MP John Penrose visited Ladbrokes betting shop in Weston High Street on Saturday morning at their invitation to be shown the steps Ladbrokes have taken to promote responsible gambling. John was particularly interested because it was he - as Minister - who launched the campaign to promote responsible gambling almost half a decade ago...
MP delighted to see community spirit is alive and well in Weston-super-Mare with local residents working together to make the area a better place for everyone...
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