John has supported calls for the next Government to put travel and tourism at the heart of its economic plan.
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Weston's MP, John Penrose, has welcomed news of £1.3 million Government cash for sustainable transport in Weston, including a new link between Brean and Weston across the top of the sluice gate over the River Axe.
The Weston Mercury reports on the MP's most recent visit to Weston's foodbank this weekend. John Penrose has been a supporter of the excellent work the relatively new foodbank does and has been sure to make time to visit them periodically...
MORE rush-hour train services and a greater choice of travel companies has been asked for by MP John Penrose.
The Bristol Evening Post reports on John Penrose MP opening The Hive, Weston's new business centre that has the potential to be a huge help for the local economy.
The Mercury report on Mel Woodard who has overcome number obstacles to set up a league that is now benefiting hundreds of young players. Among those congratulating Mel are her MP, John Penrose, and Prime Minister David Cameron...
Casino Enterprise Management magazine comment on the news that a major new gaming bill put forward when John Penrose was Gambling Minister has now become law. The magazine feels that it marks a significant step in increasing protection to consumers based in Great Britain...
The Bristol Evening Post reports on MP John Penrose's opinion that for the good of his constituents the new Great Western rail franchise should not be dominated by one company...
If your children (or you) have ever started a new school in the middle of term, you’ll know it’s pretty intimidating. In an article for the Cheddar Valley Gazette John explains how Robert Jenrick's first day in Parliament is not too different...
Rail passengers in Weston-super-Mare should have more choice and more services, according to the town's MP.
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