John Penrose MP is speaking at an event to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of World War 1, on Friday the 4th of July as part of the Winscombe and Sandford Festival.
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Weston's MP, John Penrose today hailed the town’s latest apprenticeship figures which show that the number of employers taking on apprentices is growing strongly.
John Penrose MP met with the Health Under-Secretary, Daniel Poulter, to officially open the new outpatients' department and revamped front entrance at Weston Hospital.
The Weston Mercury reports on the news that Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles, has received more personal thank yous from those who fought a successful campaign to save the Tropicana and a special one is added from John too!
John Penrose MP has hailed new figures showing a big increase in the number of bank customers switching current accounts, after George Osborne and the Payments Council announced a new, quicker and simpler system for moving banks last year.
Weston MP John has welcomed new truancy figures released today, showing the number of pupils regularly skipping school in North Somerset has fallen by almost a quarter (23%) since 2010.
Former Tourism Minister and local MP John Penrose worked alongside full-time staff as an assistant at Weston's Tourism Information Centre last Friday, to celebrate English Tourism Week...
The Weston Mercury reports that John Penrose MP has opened a new charity that will tackle antisocial behaviour and obesity in young people in North Somerset villages.
The Weston Mercury reports on the news that benefit claims from young people in Weston out of work, has fallen by more than a quarter in the past year and features comments from John in response.
The Weston Mercury reports on John Penrose MP joining Weston postman Steve Jones for the morning to see how changes to the Royal Mail are taking shape.
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