Weston-Super-Mare's MP, John Penrose issued a statement expressing his initial thoughts to the news that Weston's Tropicana has been approved for demolishion following tweleve years of uncertainty.
Hello and welcome to my website! I’m John Penrose, your local Member of Parliament for Weston-super-Mare. Please use this site to find out more about the work I’m doing for Weston, Worle and the villages and how to contact me should you need my help.
In a guest article, for The Uphillviews Magazine, John discusses his delight that a Green Flag Award winning destination is now within a short drive, cycle or even a walk away from his constituents' homes...
As the Department of Transport published their Invitation to Tender document for the Great Western Mainline today, John Penrose welcomed the new service requirements the train companies bidding for the 2013-28 franchise will have to fulfil.
In this week's DCMS Blog John Penrose, Tourism and Heritage Minister, discusses the work that has recently gone into two of the UK's most iconic structures. One, The Shard, is a modern innovention and the largest building in Europe; the other, Stone Henge, is approaching 5000 years old and just over head-height.
John Penrose recently met officers from the Great Western Ambulance Service to discuss their plans to merge with the ambulance service for the South West (SWASFT – Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust).
In this week's DCMS Blog John Penrose, Tourism and Heritage Minister, tells us why in 2012 Britain is very much like that big red bus you've been waiting far too long for.
Aung San Suu Kyi came to Westminster Hall, the 800-year-old heart of Parliament, to address a joint sitting of the Lords and Commons last week...
In his regular Mercury column, John Penrose remarks upon his Jubilee weekend and reflects upon the importance of the Royal Family throughout the entire nation (and beyond!).
In his regular Mercury column, John Penrose discusses his experience of the Olympic Flame visiting Weston-Super-Mare and the joy of seeing so many of his constituents coming out to enjoy it.
John Penrose took advantage of the recent good weather to visit Woodspring Priory in Kewstoke. He was invited there by the Landmark Trust, a building preservation charity established in 1965 to restore historic and architecturally interesting buildings then let them for holidays.
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