Month: March 2014

Tribute to Kimberley’s “Frankie Martin”

Tributes are pouring in following the unexpected death of Ian “Jock” Campbell who was also known as singer Frankie Martin. Jock had served on Kimberley Town Council and died earlier this week at just 53 years of age. Jock was well known and terrifically popular as a singer in and

Minister visits great Broxtowe Business

Skills Minister Matthew Hancock MP joined Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry for a visit to Bridgeway Consulting in Beeston. The 500 plus employer is a major training provider for the railway industry. Matthew met apprentices and of Bridgeway’s great work in the railway industry including training hundreds of workers. There is a

Anna Soubry MP requests meeting to solve Attenborough Station Car Parking problem

Anna Soubry MP has written to Cllr Kevin Greaves, Chair of Transport and Highways at Nottinghamshire County Council; East Midlands Trains and Network Rail to request an urgent meeting to resolve the substantial parking problems in the roads surrounding Attenborough Railway Station. At Anna’s recent advice surgery in Attenborough,  a number

Anna Soubry MP visits Greasley Beauvale Primary’s Fruity Friday!

Anna Soubry went back to school when she joined Greasley Beauvale’s assembly and then met the School’s Parliament. “I last visited in November when the pupils were devising a scheme to encourage everyone to eat more fruit. They have come up with a great idea “Fruity Friday”. You can only

Anna Soubry MP represents Rylanders’ views on Trent Vale planning proposals

Broxtowe’s MP, Anna Soubry has represented residents’ views to developers planning 270 houses and facilities in Beeston Rylands. “I held a “drop in” surgery in the Rylands, which a number of residents attended. I’ve also received emails from people concerned about the extent of the plans. I’ve written to the

Broxtowe’s Garden Waste

Broxtowe Borough Council has decided to introduce charges for the collection of garden waste from 10th March this year.  I have been contacted by a good number of constituents who are disappointed at this decision, especially because many say that they have not been contacted at all by the Borough