All 13 results for hambleden

Integrated Care Regulations: Exiting the European Union (Agriculture) (18 Mar 2019)

Rebecca Pow: certification system, way back in 1967. The standards have been widened since that time, so they encompass agriculture, aquaculture, ethical trade—I have a company in my constituency, Hambleden Herbs, that imports lots of spices and herbs, all organic—food processing, forestry and horticulture. It is really important that we maintain this system of standards so that these...

Commercial Financial Dispute Resolution Platform: Broadband Universal Service Obligation (15 Dec 2016)

Steven Baker: I would just like to take this opportunity to invite my right hon. Friend the Member for Wantage (Mr Vaizey) to come and visit Wycombe. He is very welcome to address my constituents in Hambleden Valley, particularly in Fawley and Turville, where they would be extremely grateful if they had 4G, never mind fixed broadband.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Waterways: Sewage (17 Jun 2013)

Lord de Mauley: ... Thames Thames Water Utilities Ltd Grandpont SP5100005300 Thames Thames Water Utilities Ltd Ham Haugh Island, Shepperton TQ0720065700 The Bourne Thames Water Utilities Ltd Hambleden - Mill End SU7850085000 Hamble Brook Thames Water Utilities Ltd High Street, Staines TQ0350071500 Thames Thames Water Utilities Ltd Jew's Row Pumping Station TQ2600075500 Tidal...

Speaker's Statement: Economic Affairs and Work and Pensions (8 Jun 2010)

Steven Baker: ...'s sentiments and his reasons for writing "Sybil or The Two Nations". Wycombe is a constituency of astonishing diversity and contrast and yet unity in adversity. From the wealth and beauty of the Hambleden valley, through the tougher areas of the town-some Conservative Members do represent constituencies with pockets of severe deprivation-to the affluence of Tylers Green and Hazlemere,...

M40 (16 Oct 2007)

Paul Goodman: the closure of just one lane, allowing traffic to pass from north to south. That is likely to send some traffic trundling on the highly unsuitable rural roads through Fingest, Frieth, Skirmett, Hambleden and other small villages in my constituency. My hon. Friend wants to know whether both lanes must be closed, because that will cause considerable disruption. Finally, the Minister knows...

Broadband (Rural Areas) (15 Mar 2006)

Paul Goodman: urged parish and town councils to communicate the benefits of broadband to the communities that they serve. The letter was greeted with raised eyebrows by a group of constituents who live in the Hambleden valley area, most of which is within my constituency. I shall not waste words describing the area, other than to say that it is rural and beautiful, and that despite its prosperity it...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Deprivation Indicators (24 Oct 2005)

Jacqui Smith: ... 0 250 0.0 Test Valley Harewood 0 243 0.0 South Northamptonshire Astwell 0 242 0.0 Chiltern Austenwood 0 238 0.0 South Kesteven Hillsides 0 224 0.0 Wycombe Hambleden Valley 0 223 0.0 Aylesbury Vale Bierton 0 217 0.0 Bromsgrove Woodvale 0 215 0.0 (38) A further 30 wards have 0 pupils known to be eligible for FSM. The wards listed above are...

Civil List (14 Dec 1971)

Mr Willie Hamilton: .... Apothecary, Ralph Southward. Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Royal Lodge, Windsor, J. Clayton. Mistress of the Robes, Duchess of Abercorn. Ladies of the Bedchamber: Dowager Viscountess Hambleden and Countess Spencer. Extra Ladies of the Bedchamber: Dowager Countess of Halifax, Dowager Lady Harlech, Dowager Countess of Scarborough. Women of the Bedchamber: the Dowager Lady Fermoy,...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Board of Education. (17 Jun 1935)

Mr Herwald Ramsbotham: ...shall not become obstacles in the way of relating the work of neighbouring schools to one another and to industrial requirements. We have just set up a Committee, under the chairmanship of Lord Hambleden, to advise as to how the work of the Royal College of Arts can best be organised and related to that of the other great institutions of the same kind in London. I should add that a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Non-Slum Areas. (22 Mar 1934)

.... Easthampstead. Sherborne. Epping. South Mimms. Forden. South Shields. Fylde. South Westmorland. Gower. Gretton. Stockton. Hadham. Stratton. Hailsham. Sudbury. Hallaton. Sunderland. Hambleden. Teme. Hartismere. Tetbury. Hairrtlepool. Thornbury. Hastings. Thorney. Hayfield. Torrington. Henley. Wareham and Purbeck. Hoxne. Hunslet. Watford. Keighley. Wem. Ketton....

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Rural Workers Act. (23 Jun 1927)

List of the 70 rural district councils which have been declared local authorities under the Housing (Rural Workers) Act, 1926: Abingdon. Hambleden Alcester Henstead Amersham Hungerford Atherstone Kings Lynn Aylesbury Llantrisant and Llantwit Fardre Aylsham Blofield Loddon and Clavering Bradfield Brailes Long Crendon Buckingham Marshland Cardiff Meriden Chester-le-Street...

Oral Answers to Questions — Thames Bridges.: Royal Commission (Constitution and Reference). (19 Jul 1926)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: Yes, Sir. I am glad to say that the Commission is now complete, and the following gentlemen have been appointed members: Lord Lee of Fareham (Chairman),Sir Willoughby Dickinson,Lord Hambleden,Professor Charles Inglis,Sir William Plender,Lawrence Weaver. The terms of reference are as follow: To survey the whole problem of cross-river traffic in London; to report what provision should be made...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Bequests to hospitals.) (2 Jul 1923)

Viscount Ednam: ...and asking the Financial Secretary to the Treasury to receive a deputation representative of the hospitals before the Report stage. Last week the deputation went to the Treasury headed by Lord Hambleden and Sir Arthur Stanley, representing the British Hospitals Association, and Lord Stewart of Wortley, representing the King Edward Hospital Fund, and they and other representatives of the...

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