Month: March 2012

Anna Soubry MP comments on Neville Sadler Court Closure

Housing21, owners of Neville Sadler Court in Beeston, have today announced the decommissioning of the full scheme at Neville Sadler Court. The closure will follow the demolition of part of the complex, acquired by Nottingham City Council, for the tramline. Residents in the flats already due to be demolished are

Anna Soubry supports “Wear a Hat” fund raiser for brain tumour research

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry joined MP’s to publicise “Wear a Hat” day this Friday. Brain Tumour Reseach  is urging supporters to don head gear on Friday to raise funds and the profile of the charity. Anna has been supporting the Beeston based Headcase charity since it was set up two years

Alderman Pounder Infants gets £50,000 for service families

Alderman Pounder Infants and Nursery in Chilwell have received £50,000 from the Ministry of Defence to provide extra facilities for service family children. Minister, Andrew Robathan MP and local MP Anna Soubry  visited the school today (Thursday March 15) to meet teachers , parents and school Governors. The School has

Anna Soubry’s open response to Nottingham Keep our NHS Public Campaign Cards

Anna Soubry has written an open response to campaign cards that she has received from constituents through the Nottingham Keep our NHS Public Group. The majority of these cards, which were signed at an event in Beeston in February, were received at the Constituency office on Monday 12th March. To read

Secretary of State accepts Anna Soubry MP’s Invitation to Attenborough Nature Reserve

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has invited the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Caroline Spelman MP, to visit Attenborough Nature Reserve in the constituency; an invitation which the Secretary of State was keen to accept. During departmental questions on Thursday, Anna praised the work of Attenborough Nature

Anna Soubry urges Government to stop taxing low paid workers

Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has urged  the Government to move more lower paid worker out of income tax. Speaking in Parliament Anna asked George Osborne “Many Conservative Members have long believed that lower-paid workers should be moved out of paying income tax. Will the Chancellor confirm that