Month: April 2012

Anna Soubry pledges to fight open cast mining plans

“We anticipated the application” said Anna “back in 2009 UK Coal indicated they were likely to make an application and I organised public meetings in Trowell and Cossall.” The plans are for surface mining to extract 1.5 million tonnes of coal and firclay. Four lorries an hour would go through

Anna Soubry MP Calls for applicants to take on Post Office at Nuthall Temple

Anna Soubry MP has today made a call for local businesses to apply for the position of subpostmaster, in order to restore a Post Office counter service to Nuthall. Following the sad death of postmaster Rob Jones on 31st January 2011, Nuthall Temple Post office has been closed for some 16

Anna Soubry MP congratulates Moorgreen “Speed Watch” volunteers

Moorgreen residents have suffered from speeding cars and heavy lorries for years. So local, Paul Turner, contacted MP Anna Soubry who readily asked to meet him and fellow residents in the Horse and Groom car park at the top of Moorgreen. A meeing with residents, police, local Councillors and Anna soon

Anna Soubry MP speaks out in support of Midland Mainline upgrade and electrification

Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has this week spoken out in favour of the upgrade and electrification of the Midland Mainline from London to the Midlands. Speaking on Monday in the parliamentary debate hosted by Conservative MP for Loughborough, Nicky Morgan MP, Anna welcomed the Cross-party support for

Anna Soubry MP on cancelled operations

Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has suggested the closure of the Stapleford Walk in Centre may have contributed to the cancelling of operations at the QMC and City Hospitals In a letter to the Chief Executive of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Dr Peter Homa, the Broxtowe MP