ALVESTON BEAVER GROUP GRILLS LOCAL MP!

MP HAILS CAMPAIGN SUCCESS FOR THORNBURY-BASED CHARITY

Photo shows local MP Steve Webb with Meningitis campaigner Steve Dayman taking part in a recent campaign event at Westminster for the Meningitis B vaccine.

VOTE OF CONFIDENCE FOR LOCAL GP SURGERY

FRAMPTON COTTERELL TEENAGER COMES FACE-TO-FACE WITH THE PRIME MINISTER

Eighteen year-old Zoe Duffner (second left) from Frampton Cotterell had the trip of a lifetime this week when she went to Westminster with her family and met the Prime Minister. 

EUROPEAN COMMISSIONER VISITS SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE TO SEE CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY

The European Commisioner in charge of a multi-billion pound research budget for research and innovation has visited South Gloucestershire to see how EU start-up funding has helped create a centre of excellence for new technology.  
 

STEVE WEBB RE-SELECTED FOR 2015 GENERAL ELECTION

Steve Webb MP with Thornbury & Yate LIberal Democrats Chair, Karen Wilkinson

BIG BOOST FOR YATE CINEMA PLANS

A petition organised by local MP Steve Webb and local councillors in support of the proposed cinema for Yate has gathered well over 1,000 signatures in less than two weeks.   

LOCAL BROADBAND FIGHT GOES TO WESTMINSTER

Local MP Steve Webb has joined forces with local residents to raise the issue of poor broadband speeds in South Gloucestershire at the highest levels of Government.  

MP WELCOMES NEW SERVICE FOR ISOLATED OLDER PEOPLE

Steve Webb MP with the Sliver Line founder, Esther Rantzen, at a meeting to discuss the service.Thornbury & Yate MP Steve Webb has welcomed a new confidential phone line service launched this week focused exclusively on the needs of older people.   The service, known as the Silver Line, has been developed

MP and CAB join forces again for Thornbury

Thornbury & Yate MP Steve Webb and South Gloucestershire Citizen’s Advice Bureau are working together on a new project to ensure the continuation of CAB services in Thornbury.   Earlier this year, the local community responded with great generosity to a campaign organised by the Thornbury Gazette to raise the £12,000 needed to keep the Thornbury bureau open for a year.   This gave much-needed breathing space to enable the CAB to make longer-term plans for services in the area.   Now South Gloucestershire CAB has prepared a bid to the Severnvale Area Forum which meets in early December

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