John visits Thatchers Cider Farm who are working with Ribena - not just a drink that is part of everyone’s childhood, but a global business with sales all round the world!
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Invest In North Somerset: MP impressed with local company's high-tech methods of producing traditional goods
Weston’s MP John Penrose visited Thatchers Cider in Sandford on Friday to learn more about this year’s blackcurrant harvest and its importance to the local economy, as well as hearing from the fourth generation cider maker about plans for this year’s apple harvest.
John Penrose has celebrated news that 10 million voter registrations have been made through the new Individual Electoral Registration System with 77% of them being made online...
The Birnbeck Regeneration Trust has thanked John Penrose for his support of the regeneration of Birnbeck Pier and named him as a supporter of the Pier.
In an article for The Telegraph, Anti-Corruption Champion Eric Pickles speaks about the importance of John Penrose's announcement that the process of Individual Voter Registration would be sped up to stamping out Voter Fraud.
John has welcomed the news that Sir Eric Pickles, the Government’s Anti-Corruption Champion, is to review electoral fraud and make recommendations.
The Weston Mercury report on the news that John Penrose has visited a local preschool in order to speak with staff about their plans to open another site so that they can increase the number of students they are able to teach during the week.
John Penrose has shown his support for an initiative in Weston-super-Mare that looks to help over 50's obtain the high quality jobs they deserve and been named as a 'Champion for the Older Worker' by Prime Candidate.
John's office has released statistics showing that with their support the Government was able to save £18.6 billion for hard working taxpayers in 2014 to 2015.
The Guardian Article: Electoral registration changes will make voting fairer and reduce the risk of fraud
In an article for The Guardian, John explains why it is 'absolutely untrue' that anyone will accidentally find themselves unable to vote because of the change to individual electoral registration.
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