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Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Patient Choice (24 Jul 2007)

Sandra Gidley: ...of State square his Government's supposed notion of choice with the large-scale closure of maternity units, especially midwife-led units, thereby depriving many women of choice, particularly in Romsey and the New Forest?

[Mr. Peter Atkinson in the Chair] — First Great Western (24 Jan 2007)

Steve Webb: anybody with the rubbish that we have now. My hon. Friend highlighted the four key areas, including the inadequacies of the timetable. We have heard about the problems in peak time—in Didcot, in Romsey and in areas in other constituencies—which is the key time when we can get traffic off the roads. To give a parochial example, hundreds of people make the journey between Yate, which...

[Miss Anne Begg in the Chair] — Community Hospital Services (16 Jan 2007)

Sandra Gidley: The point about reconfiguration is important. The hon. Gentleman will be aware that, in Romsey and the New Forest, I worked with Conservative Members to preserve five local hospitals. Now, we are having to go back to the new PCT to re-establish the ground rules and the promises that were made then to keep the hospitals open. A recent article in the Health Service Journal pointed out that many...

Written Answers — Health: Midwife-led Birthing Units ( 5 Dec 2006)

Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if she will seek assurances that midwife-led birthing units in Romsey, Hythe and Lymington will not close before the proposed birthing unit at Ashurst opens; and if she will make a statement.

Nursing Care Homes (31 Oct 2006)

Sandra Gidley: .... I am very honoured to have an Abbeyfield home in my constituency. I must admit that I have never thought of it as a care home, because it strikes me as more of a community. Most of the residents in Romsey Abbeyfield are mobile and do not require any sort of care, but have reached a stage in their lives of needing the company of others, which is provided by the communal nature of the...

Written Answers — Health: Dentistry (18 Apr 2006)

Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people in Romsey constituency have been registered with an NHS dentist in each year from 1997 to 2005.

Christmas Adjournment (20 Dec 2005)

Julian Lewis:, when he talked of his experience with his community hospitals, four of which are under threat, I was irresistibly reminded of what is happening in New Forest, East, in New Forest, West and in Romsey. Five community hospitals are under threat, and we, too, had a 2,000-strong demonstration, the first of its sort in many a long year in our part of the world. The primary care trusts...

Community Hospitals ( 2 Nov 2005)

Julian Lewis: I thank my hon. Friend for coming to my constituency. In New Forest, East, in New Forest, West and in Romsey, five community hospitals are under threat. What does he think about a consultation process whereby the leagues of friends generate a 41,000-name petition and hand it to the chief executive of the PCT, who, on going back into his building, is reliably overheard to say, "Where is the...

Housing (Hampshire) (25 Oct 2005)

Sandra Gidley: ..., that was the result of local councillors not taking the necessary difficult decisions—perhaps the all-up election around that time had something to do with that. There are significant concerns in Romsey that PUSH's vision seems to suggest that an obvious place for housing might be between Romsey and the urban conglomeration of Southampton. That would cause a number of problems because...

Business of the House (21 Jul 2005)

Sandra Gidley: The local acute hospitals trust in my constituency is planning to cut beds and move people into the community, but the local primary care trust is consulting on a plan to close all beds in Romsey and the New Forest. Given the deficits and the fact that cuts in district nursing services are also threatened, will the Leader of the House ask a Minister to come to the Floor of the House and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: In-patient Admissions (12 Jul 2005)

Julian Lewis: What does the Secretary of State think will be the effect on waiting times for in-patient treatment in the New Forest and in Romsey if the cottage hospitals that are under threat of having their in-patient beds closed after a bogus consultation by the local primary care trust do in fact lose those beds? May I thank her for the response given by the Under-Secretary of State for Health, the...

Women and Pensions (12 Jul 2005)

Nigel Waterson: ...from the difficulties of making it work, let alone paying for it, is that people often talk rather glibly about it, but each of them means something different by it. I do not know what happened in Romsey, but I am pleased to say that when I explained to my constituents in Eastbourne during the election campaign that the Liberal Democrats wanted to junk the contributory principle, I found...

Public Bill Committee: Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill: Clause 43 - Possession of pesticides harmful to wildlife (28 Jun 2005)

Angela Smith: I start by promising hon. Members that I will not make any references to Sheffield except warmly to welcome the glowing testimony to the city that has been given and to object to the comments made by the hon. Member for Sherwood, who claimed Robin Hood for Nottinghamshire. I state once again that Robin Hood was a Yorkshireman. He was born in the village of Loxley in my constituency. The hon....

Written Answers — Health: Dentistry ( 6 Apr 2005)

Rosie Winterton: Table 1shows the number of people in the Romsey constituency registered with a national health service dentist in the last 10 years. Table 1: NHS dentist registrations in Romsey, 1995 to 2004 Number registered 1995 42,792 1996 37,587 1997 34,278 1998 30,965 1999 30,212 2000 28,790 2001 30,059 2002 28,663 2003 31,010 2004 28,727 Information has...

Public Bill Committee: Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Bill: Schedule 4 - Minor and consequential amendments ( 1 Feb 2005)

Anne McIntosh: ...the Committee that it would appear that the Liberal Democrats are in favour of fly-posting and do not wish such posters to be removed. According to a ''Focus'' leaflet that was recently circulated in Romsey, they think it is terrible that fly-posters that are illegally advertising charitable events should be torn down. It said: ''All of these would be torn down''. It invites support and...

Written Answers — Health: Mental Health ( 7 Sep 2004)

Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what measures have been taken to assist carers of patients with advanced Alzheimer's disease in Romsey.

Written Answers — Health: Mental Health ( 7 Sep 2004)

Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what assessment he has made of the availability of drugs for treating advanced Alzheimer's disease in Romsey; (2) how much was spent by the NHS on drug treatments for advanced Alzheimer's disease patients in Romsey in the latest year for which figures are available; (3) how many advanced Alzheimer's disease patients are being treated in the...

Written Answers — Health: NHS Direct (Isle of Wight/Hampshire) ( 1 Sep 2004)

Rosie Winterton: The new call centre was opened in September 2001. Other locations considered were Silver Hill in Winchester, Link 414 in Chandlers Ford, Easton Lane in Winchester and Belbins Business Park in Romsey. The cost of furnishing and equipping the premises was £1.6 million. Current accommodation costs and capital charges are £750,000 per year. There are currently 136 whole time equivalent...

Non-Vocational Education (Hampshire) (20 Jul 2004)

Sandra Gidley: ...of it and Think You're Young Enough to Enjoy it". Let me quote from one of the letters to the Prime Minister, which sums up the situation and the concerns of many: "I attend a day time Art Class in Romsey, Hampshire and have been advised that the charges are being increased significantly next term as the Learning and Skills Council is withdrawing funding from such courses. I understand...

Cancer Services (South-East) ( 7 May 2002)

Sandra Gidley: ...the way of the world these days. I want to mention briefly Jane Scarth house, which is part of something called Cancer Concern. It is a walk-in centre close to the local Waitrose, in the high street in Romsey—an excellent idea. It provides information, support and counselling. You name it, it does it—from helping women to look good when they have to wear a wig, and really do not want...

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