Month: April 2015

Trent Barton No. 18 Bus Success!

Anna Soubry has welcomed the response from Trent Barton to her letter on behalf of a number constituents. Anna said: “I am pleased to confirm that we have helped to ensure that the Number 18 bus will continue to serve Beeston Rylands. I am happy to announce that Jeff Counsell,

Road works on Regent Street

Anna Soubry has contacted Severn Trent Water after emergency sewage works on Regent Street in Beeston brought traffic to a standstill. Severn Trent have now agreed to halt the road works until they can find a better way to maintian the sewers and reduce the disruption to local people and

Overflowing Bins!

After local businesses reported that bins along Chilwell Road had been left overflowing with rubbish for quite some time, Anna Soubry got in touch with Broxtowe Borough Council, NET and TWA to ask them to sort out the problem. The bins, which are still the responsibility of TWA whilst the

Anna and Natalie Harvey welcome Nicky Morgan

Anna Soubry and Natalie Harvey welcomed Nicky Morgan, the Secretary of State for Education. Natalie, who is a Conservative Borough Council candidate for Toton and Chilwell Meadows, said “I was honoured that Anna had arranged a personal meeting for myself and Nicky, as I run an anti-bullying charity. Meeting somebody

Michael Fallon comes to Stapleford

I very much enjoyed a visit to Stapleford today, along with Michael Fallon, Secretary of State for Defence. Michael and I visited a number of Stapleford businesses, including the wonderful Shabbylicious and All Things Pretty.Stapleford, like all of Broxtowe’s towns, boasts some wonderful independent businesses! Michael was particularly impressed by

Campaigning begins!

I was in Kimberley and Cossall on Monday, and despite the rain and cold, we were enjoying ourselves- especially in the Nelson & Railway Inn afterwards!