The Bristol Evening Posts reports on the positive news that just one health trust has bid to take over the running of Weston General Hospital, which was too small to achieve foundation status on its own...
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John joined Weston's young football fanatics to celebrate the opening of their new clubhouse this week...
North Somerset's Breeze FM reports on the news that John Penrose has now met with developers from Barrett Homes to outline his objections to building an estate of new houses on the edge of Congresbury village.
Weston’s MP, John Penrose said he is delighted by the news that Taunton is the only bidder for Weston Hospital.
Weston’s MP, John Penrose has met developers Barratt Homes to make sure they understand why he, and the entire village of Congresbury, are so concerned about their plans to build an estate of new houses on the edge of the village.
The Green Alliance have thanked John Penrose for his contributions to their 'Green conservatism: Better resource productivity for a more resilient economy' paper.
Bournville school have written a short report following John's visit to see some of the excellent work they've being doing that resulted in an SSAT Educational Outcomes Award.
In this week's article for the Weston Mercury, John discusses his role in Parliament's second recall in two years - making sure everyone could get back to Parliament for the crucial vote about Syria...
In an article for The Bristol Evening Post, John talks about the Scots vote that will see them stay in the UK. Three centuries of heritage were saved, a phenomenal intellectual and artistic culture will still flourish, and one of the most successful economic unions survived to trade another day...
Weston’s MP John Penrose says he’s delighted by new figures showing that Weston-super-Mare and the rest of North Somerset attracted more than 8 million visitors in 2013, an increase of 16% over 2012...
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