Month: September 2012

Anna Soubry MP Backs the Fight against Breast Cancer

Anna Soubry, MP for Broxtowe, is backing the fight against breast cancer by taking part in Breast Cancer Campaign’s award winning fundraiser, wear it pink day – and wants constituents to join her. Anna said: “I was more than pleased to help launch this year’s “wear it pink day” for the Breast

Anna Soubry MP calls for Reassurance over Illegal Traveller site

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has called for reassurances that the police and Broxtowe Borough Council that they acted quickly to remove travellers from Manor Park in Toton. Anna said: “I’ve been told that devices to stop travellers camping on Manor Park were damaged, which meant the travellers had access to

Happy Birthday Beeston History Society

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry joined last nights 40th birthday celebration of the Beeston and District Local History Society. Sir Neil Cossons, one of Beeston’s most famous sons, gave a talk on his childhood memories in the town notably as a junior porter at Beeston Station. Anna said  “it was a

Anna Soubry MP welcomes the opening of the Attenborough Flood Defences

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has today attended the opening of the Attenborough and Beeston Rylands stretch of the River Trent flood wall. The plans for Attenborough were highly controversial proposing the flood wall should go down The Strand putting the cricket, bowls and football fields into the flood plain. Anna