All 18 results for churchdown

Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill [ Lords] (1 Jun 2009)

Martin Horwood: ...him entirely on that point. In fact, the places that I listed were not villages. They are parts of the urban body of Cheltenham. It is the modest green space next to them that separates them from Churchdown and from the city of Gloucester. I have nothing against Gloucester. Some of my best friends live in Gloucester, but I do not and I do not wish to, and neither do the people of...

Written Answers — Treasury: Child Tax Credit: Repayments (16 Jun 2008)

Laurence Robertson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will investigate the case of Veronika Ellis-Stockley of Churchdown, Gloucester and demands made on her by the Child Tax Credit Department for repayment of money.

Digital Broadcasting (Forest of Dean) (20 Nov 2007)

Margaret Hodge: ...kind that he alleges has occurred in the allocations. We must wait and see what happens following the allocations. In correspondence with Ofcom, the hon. Gentleman asked why its advertisement gave Churchdown hill as an example of a transmitter that those applying for a licence might want to use. There is no determination on the part of Ofcom to ensure that that is the transmitter that is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Skills: Playing Fields (29 Jun 2006)

Laurence Robertson: When he expects to decide on the bid by Churchdown School, Gloucestershire, to sell part of its playing field for the purpose of developing sports facilities; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Health: General Practitioner Surgeries (Gloucestershire) (6 Jun 2006)

Laurence Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if she will make a statement on the funding of new GP surgeries in Gloucestershire, with particular reference to the surgery proposed in Churchdown.

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Churchdown School (16 May 2006)

Laurence Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills when she will make a decision on the application by Churchdown School, Gloucester, for permission to dispose of school playing fields; and if she will make a statement.

Lottery Grants (Gloucestershire) (7 Feb 2006)

Richard Caborn: ...variation in funding which is inevitable, particularly for larger grants. The hon. Gentleman raises a valid point about his constituency and I shall look into it. I shall look in particular at the Churchdown sports centre to see what the reasons were for turning it down. Throughout the life of the lottery we have recognised that changes needed to be made to ensure that lottery money is...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Education Maintenance Allowance (5 Oct 2005)

Beverley Hughes: ...Katharine Lady Berkeley's School Gloucestershire Gloucestershire 35 0 Rednock School Gloucestershire Gloucestershire 42 0 Balcarras School Gloucestershire Gloucestershire 40 0 Churchdown School Gloucestershire Gloucestershire 31 0 The Cotswold School Gloucestershire Gloucestershire 37 0 Newent Community School Gloucestershire Gloucestershire 48 0 ...

Petition — Post Office Closures (16 Sep 2004)

Laurence Robertson: ...of residents of Tewkesbury, bearing 1,710 signatures. The petition states: The Petition of residents of Tewkesbury declares That the Petitioners oppose plans to close post offices in the Innsworth, Churchdown and Leckhampton parts of the Tewkesbury constituency. Such closures would cause inconvenience to a great many senior citizens and others in receipt of Government benefits and in need...

Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister: Telecommunications Masts (7 Jan 2004)

Laurence Robertson: I thank the Minister for that mildly encouraging response. In my constituency, Network Rail planned to build a 33 m mast in the village of Churchdown, but it withdrew its proposals when all the residents formed a group to oppose them. May I suggest that organisations such as Network Rail invest in investigating what alternative and, indeed, more advanced technology might be available to avoid...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Playing Fields (27 Feb 2002)

Stephen Timms: ...17 November 1998 Approved Essex Moulsham High 18 January 1999 Approved Essex Oakview Special 10 April 2000 Approved Essex Tabor High 29 January 2001 Approved Gloucestershire Churchdown 3 December 1997 Approved Gloucestershire The Catholic School of St. Gregory the Great 26 July 1999 Approved Gloucestershire Oxstalls Community 25 November 1999 Approved ...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Playing Fields (25 Feb 2002)

Stephen Timms: ...The Stanway School 17 November 1998 Essex Moulsham High School 18 January 1999 Essex Oakview Special School 10 April 2000 Essex Tabor High School 29 January 2001 Gloucestershire Churchdown School 3 December 1997 Gloucestershire The Catholic School of St. Gregory the Great 26 July 1999 Gloucestershire Oxstalls Community School 25 November 1999 Halton...

Public Bill Committee: Travel Concessions (Eligibility) Bill [Lords]: New Clause 6 - Extension of concessionary fares to persons18 or younger (greater london) (20 Nov 2001)

Laurence Robertson: ...example concerning the national lottery, which I assure you, Miss Widdecombe, is relevant, but I must crave your indulgence for a moment. Earlier, I referred to a large village in my constituency—Churchdown—which has about 12,000 inhabitants. They applied for a lottery grant to build swimming baths in the village. The reply from the National Lotteries Board turned down the application....

Public Bill Committee: Travel Concessions (Eligibility) Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Eligibility for travel concessions: age (20 Nov 2001)

Laurence Robertson: ...who live in places outside Gloucestershire with Tewkesbury postcodes will be unable to use the scheme to travel to Tewkesbury. What is even more worrying is that none of the 12,000 people living in Churchdown in my constituency--it is one of the largest villages in the country and only a few miles from Gloucester and Cheltenham--will be able to travel to Cheltenham hospital because they...

Written Answers — Health: Delayed Treatment (11 Jul 2001)

Laurence Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will investigate the delay in the treatment given to Christopher Lewis, of Churchdown, Gloucestershire, by the NHS.

Lottery Money (20 Dec 2000)

Laurence Robertson: at the Arts Council: Your application was assessed against the published criteria and was recognised to have some merit. Yet it was turned down. A second project, for a swimming baths Churchdown village in my constituency, was also professionally prepared. I have a copy here, and hon. Members will notice the size of it. We would need much more time than we have available to go...

Clause 1: Suspension of Redistributions Till Next General Reports of Boundary Commissions, and Acceleration of Those Reports (14 Jul 1969)

...Order 1965 and the following parishes in the rural district of Gloucester as altered by the West Midland Counties Order 1965 and the Gloucester Order 1966, namely, Ashleworth, Brockworth, Chaceley, Churchdown, Down Hatherley, Forthampton, Hasfield, Highnam, Hucclecote, Innsworth. Longford. Maisemorc, Minsterworth, Newnham, Norton, Sandhurst, Tirley, Twigwo-th and Westburyon-Severn;(f) the...

Railways (Closures) (29 Jul 1964)

Hon. Thomas Galbraith: ...some adjustment, the terms of my right hon. Friend's consent are such that he can see that the necessary alterations are made afterwards. The hon. Gentleman mentioned two other stations. One was Churchdown. Proposals with regard to that station are still under consideration. My right hon. Friend will announce his decision as soon as he can, and the hon. Gentleman's remarks will, of...

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