In the same week as his highly-successful Jobs Fair drew praise from local jobseekers and employers alike, MP John Penrose welcomed news that unemployment has fallen to just 2.4% in Weston and the surrounding villages...
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Congresbury Viewpoint: MP attends village meeting to listen to views on possible housing development
John Penrose joins over 200 residents at a Congresbury Village meeting to listen to opinions on the Barratt proposal to build 80 houses below Silver Street.
The Weston Mercury reports on new ideas from locals inspired by John Penrose MP's call for Mr Samady to surrender his claim to Birnbeck Pier. They also comment that a poll revealed that 91% of Mercury readers supported John's call.
Weston's MP was invited along to the official opening of the recently refurbished village toilets in Winscombe this weekend – and they have already been labelled as ‘superb’ by visitors.
There has been a huge rise in the number of local firms signing up for next week’s Weston-super-Mare Jobs Fair, hoping to hire new staff.
Weston's MP has been announced as an honourary patron for the ManKind Initiative, which is a national charity that provides help and support for male victims of domestic abuse and domestic violence.
For most people, August is a welcome chance to decompress. Time with the family, spot of gardening, trips away; that sort of thing. But while most of the world is recharging its batteries, the press are tearing their hair out because, you see, nothing ever happens in August.
HUNDREDS of jobs in and around Weston will be on offer at a recruitment fair later this month.
The Weston-super-Mare Jobs Fair organised by MP John Penrose rolls into town on the 15th September with hundreds of local jobs available.
John Penrose has called on developer Wahid Samady to stand aside from derelict Birnbeck Pier which has stood neglected for years.
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