Month: November 2012

Anna Soubry MP pays tribute to local charity’s work in the fight against Brain Tumours

During Health questions on Tuesday 27th November, Anna Soubry, MP for Broxtowe, answered a question from Mary Macleod MP on the steps the Government is taking to raise awareness of and assist those who have brain tumours. In her answer, which mentioned the Government’s promotion of direct access to MRI

Anna Soubry MP on Flood Defences and Winter Weather in Broxtowe

Broxtowe MP, Anna Soubry has welcomed the timely benefit of the Attenborough flood defence scheme which was completed ahead of schedule in September. “I did get a report that one of the flood gates had not been closed and have asked the Environment Agency for an explanation. I’m pleased to

Anna Soubry MP opens Greasley’s Christmas Victorian Market

St Mary’s church in Greasley hosts an annual Victorian Christmas Market which was opened this year by local MP Anna Soubry. There is a rich mix of stalls all with a seasonal theme and stall holders and organisers wear Victorian costumes. Proceedsfrom the raffle and a number of stalls go

Anna Soubry opposes new threat to Green Belt land in Nuthall

Green Belt land in Nuthall is under threat of 740 homes. Developers, Wrenbridge, who are based in Cambridgeshire have written to Anna Soubry MP detailing their plans which they intend to submit to Broxtowe Borough Council. In their letter Wrenbridge rely on the housing targets put forward by Broxtowe Borough

Anna Soubry MP receives protest Petition

Save Field Farm campaigners handed a petition of over a thousand signatures to local MP Anna Soubry at a public meeting. The petition has been organised by Stapleford residents Richard MacRae and Dave Pearson who are fighting to save Field Farm from development. Over 150 people attended Saturdays meeting The

Anna Soubry MP announces new Toton Connect Bus

Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry is celebrating the success of a campaign to improve bus services in Toton with a new service to replace the Toton Connect. Notts County Council have announced they will be using their Blue Bird Minibuses to run a service between 10am and 2pm in Toton with

“Get your Flu Jab” plea from Anna Soubry MP

People over 65, pregnant women at what are called the “at risk” groups (usually with long term health conditions like asthma) are urged to contact their GP and book their flu vaccination. “Each year 4,700 people die of flu so it’s a serious health problem” said Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry.