In an article for The Bristol Evening Post, John writes a about how, within this month's Spending Review small print, his ideas to ensure historical landmarks such as Stonehenge are forever preserved, were officially approved.
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Bristol Evening Post: John writes about Spending Review's approveal of his ideas to greater protect our Historical Landmarks
In this week's article for the Weston Mercury, John discusses the new Spending Review and what it all means...
In an article for the Spectator, John discusses how everyone seems to agree that there is a need for change in the utility markets and presents possible ideas to fix the broken systems.
Letter from Chief Exec of Weston Hospital to his staff, following CQC's return visit and report of 'First Class Care'
Weston Hospital got a ‘thumbs up’ from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in a crucial reinspection last week, after being given a month to deliver urgent improvements to the quality of its care. Here’s the letter from the Hospital's Chief Exec giving his staff the good news, and congratulating them on a job well done.
THE future of Weston’s indoor ski centre dream may be in jeopardy after developers refused to confirm the project would go ahead following critical comments from the town’s MP.
Weston's MP John Penrose has welcomed the Government’s promise of fairer school funding made in yesterday’s spending review, after many years campaigning for a better deal for Weston’s schools.
Breeze FM reports on the news that £80m is going to be spent on a new charity to protect historic places like Stonehenge in a self-financing idea thought up by the MP for Weston.
Building Design Online reports on John Penrose's reaction to the news that the government is to proceed with his plans to establish a charity to care for the country's historic properties.
Former Heritage Minister John Penrose is celebrating as his proposal for a second National Trust, in the form of a financially-independent charity which will care for landmark English Heritage sites was confirmed in George Osborne’s Spending Review statement today.
Building Design Online reports as architects join John Penrose’s call to overhaul capital’s ‘timid’ tall buildings strategy.
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