The Cheddar Valley Gazette has been in touch once again, this time to ask John's views on education and the challenges of young people. John speaks about how important it is to ensure we get education right so that young people growing up can make the best choices and grasp the best prospects throughout their lives.
Hello and welcome to my website! I’m John Penrose, your local Member of Parliament for Weston-super-Mare. Please use this site to find out more about the work I’m doing for Weston, Worle and the villages and how to contact me should you need my help.
Cheddar Valley Gazette to John: "How do you think your party meets the needs and challenges of today’s young people?"
Finally! Parliament has finished all those last-minute chores, tidying up the remaining loose ends and dangly bits of legislation that have to be sorted out before the doors are shut during the election campaign itself. Let the pre-vote festivities begin, right?
The Cheddar Valley Gazette has been in touch to ask John's views on energy policies going in to the next election. John speaks about how important it is to ensure consumers are getting a fair deal and become less dependant on other countries for our energy supplies.
John Penrose joins residents action group to demonstrate their opposition to yet another development scheme
Saturday morning shoppers at Congresbury’s precinct were met by members of the village residents action group, Councillors and John Penrose, demonstrating their opposition to yet another development scheme.
Cheddar Valley Gazette to John: "What single thing would most improve people’s lives over the next five years?"
The Cheddar Valley Gazette have been running a regular feature where they ask local Parliamentary Candidates questions that are important to voters. In his answer to the question in the title, Jon talks about the importance of protecting local infrastructure and our beautiful views.
This week, Weston MP John Penrose took signed petitions from the Weston Mercury’s campaign for a fairer funding formula to Downing Street.
WESTON has officially been named as a ‘housing zone’, paving the way for town centre regeneration – John Penrose and Conservative councillors have welcomed the funding and support that will allow a revamp of poor quality brownfield sites as opposed to tearing into green fields or impacting village infrastructure as we have seen elsewhere.
The Weston Mercury reports on the heartfelt tributes to long-serving former Weston MP Sir Jerry Wiggin, who died aged 78, offered by the town’s politicians. The town's current MP, John Penrose, shares an important piece of advice and a refreshing perspective that Sir Jerry offered him.
John Penrose has put forwards Thatchers Cider as his nomination for Exported by Britain, an initiative that looks to challenge the dominant myth that the UK no longer exports to the rest of the world.
Weston’s MP, John Penrose, has given a cautious welcome to the new short-term franchise to operate trains from Weston to Taunton, Bristol and London.
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