The Weston Mercury has teamed up with John Penrose MP in a bid to get fairer funding for Weston and the villages. The Mercury aims to build on John's campaigns to earn fairer funding with a signed petition that John will take to Downing Street himself.
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.
John Penrose responds to Bristol Mayor, George Ferguson, who has appealed for a combined authority in the Bristol region. John points out that when Avon existed, Bristol gobbled up all the resources and the rest - including Weston and the villages - were left with the crumbs...
Weston’s MP John Penrose has welcomed the news today that a new Post Office branch is due to open after the old Boulevard branch closed a year ago. The new branch will be based in the Spar shop on the High Street, and will offer extended opening hours and be open on Sundays.
In this week's article for The Weston Mercury, John talks about reputations, how very fragile they can be and the new Recall Bill that will force misbehaving MPs to face the music with their electors immediately...
Big Hospitality reports on the news that Former Tourism Minister and MP for Weston-super-Mare John Penrose has said VisitEngland should be independent from VisitBritain and gradually move away from government funding...
Former Tourism Minister & Seaside Town MP John Penrose calls for Full Independence for Visit England
As the Triennial Review of tourism quangos Visit Britain and Visit England gets underway, former tourism Minister and seaside town, John has written to Triennial Review boss Mark Fisher recommending full independence for Visit England.
Submission to the Triennial Review by John Penrose MP where former Tourism Minister & Seaside Town MP John Penrose calls for full independence for VisitEngland.
In response to calls from George Ferguson to redefine the area surrounding Bristol, John Penrose MP has suggested that council's working together is a far better solution and that going back to the days of 'Avon Country Council' would be a disaster.
Local MP John Penrose has joined the fight against Barratts plan as the number of objections soared to more than 200.
In this week's article for The Weston Mercury, John talks about how any parent, wherever or whoever they are, wants a good education for their children and how Weston's schools are ensuring that this is the case for local families...
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