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Digital Understanding - Motion to Take Note (7 Sep 2017)

Baroness Murphy: ...understanding is a bit of a chimera. The Government have a totally inadequate strategy to achieve universal coverage of the internet broadband service in rural areas. Where I live in the parish of Brockdish and Thorpe Abbotts in the Waveney valley along the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, it took from 1926 to 1955 to get electrification and it looks as if it is going to take as long to...

Academies Bill [HL]: Committee (2nd Day) (23 Jun 2010)

Baroness Murphy: schools and that the Bill will encourage more? I shall recount a tale of two schools. I am delighted to see the noble Lord, Lord MacGregor, in his place, because I am going to talk about Brockdish primary school. He and I are probably the only two people in this Chamber who know where Brockdish is. It is my local school, serving the entire community of Brockdish. It is a Church of...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Parish and Town Councils (31 Oct 2002)

Chris Leslie: ...and Newland parish council 1 Ashby Woulds town council 1 Baschurch parish council 1 Boddington parish council 2 Bradworthy parish council 1 Brenk Knoll parish council 1 Brockdish parish council 4 Bunwell parish council 1 Butleigh parish council 2 Chineham parish council 1 Credebhill parish council 2 Cutcombe parish council 1 Easebourne parish...

Written Answers — Home Department: Racial Equality (2 May 2002)

Angela Eagle: ...Parish Council Barlaston Parish Council Barton Mills Parish Council Beccles Town Council Birchanger Parish Council Birstall Parish Council Blithfield Parish Council Bradwell Parish Council Brockdish and Thorpe Parish Council Buckingham Town Council Cheddleton Parish Council Chepping Wycombe Parish Council Chipperfield Parish Council Chipstable Parish Council City of Ely Council Clayworth...

Transport (Waveney) (19 Jun 1997)

Glenda Jackson: ...links the A14 at Bury St. Edmunds with Waveney and Great Yarmouth. Those improvements have been a series of bypasses of local communities, most recently Rickinghall-Botesdale, Scole-Stuston and Brockdish-Needham. The much improved road serves communities along the northern boundary of Waveney, such as Bungay and Beccles, as well as Lowestoft. My hon. Friend described the considerable...

Petition: Norwich (Road Links) (14 Feb 1996)

Mr John Watts: ...has provided considerable financial support for Norfolk county council schemes in recent years. In the past two years alone, support has been given for the A143 Scole-Stuston bypass and the A143 Brockdish-Needham bypass, both of which are now open to traffic, and construction works are in progress on the A149 Ormesby bypass. I am also pleased that, in the latest local transport...

A12 (Waveney) (17 Jan 1996)

Mr John Watts: ...provided considerable grant support for the Norfolk and Suffolk county council schemes to upgrade that route. In the past two years alone, support has been given for the Scole-Stuston bypass, the Brockdish-Needham bypass and the Rickinghall-Bottesdale bypass, all of which are now open to traffic. We also continue to maintain the existing routes, and we have completed three schemes this...

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