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Bee Population - Question for Short Debate (19 Jun 2018)

Lord Robathan: ...insects, which means that we have fantastic birdlife. We have a lot of swallows at the moment and—something which particularly pleases me—a pair of curlews, which I think may have chicks in a hayfield, because they were bombing me and calling at me last weekend. The question I wish to put is: why is this? The reason is that we have a very diverse habitat—it is a mixed farm. We have...

Scottish Parliament: Fife Gingerbread (7 Jan 2014)

David Torrance: .... According to the 2012 Scottish index of multiple deprivation, the most educationally deprived data zone in Fife is to be found in the intermediate zone of Kirkcaldy and comprises the areas of Hayfield and Smeaton. It is ranked 27th, which places it among the top 5 per cent of the most educationally deprived areas in Scotland. According to the index, the most health-deprived zone in Fife...

Global Poverty (1 Jul 2010)

Gareth Thomas: ...to our generation to help the world's poorest. We heard three excellent maiden speeches, the first of which was from the hon. Member for Wirral West (Esther McVey). The pupils of class P at Hayfield school can indeed be proud of their work in support of the 1GOAL campaign, and indeed for influencing their Member of Parliament to speak up on their behalf. She rightly raised the continuing...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Schools (11 Jan 2010)

Diana R. Johnson: ...Form Centre, Harborne A Specialist Media Arts College 19 June 2008 Birmingham Yavneh College Voluntary Aided 20 June 2008 Hertfordshire Whitefield School 26 June 2008 Barnet The Hayfield School 27 June 2008 Doncaster The Freeston Business and Enterprise College, Voluntary Controlled 27 June 2008 Wakefield Thomas Tallis School 1 July 2008 Greenwich Kirk Hallam...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Education: Assessments (20 Jun 2008)

Jim Knight: ...Werburgh's Catholic Primary School 83 83 91 96 344 3373 St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Birkenhead 95 87 93 93 344 3374 Prenton Primary School 98 88 97 92 344 7000 Hayfield School 0 0 0 0 344 7005 Elleray Park School 0 0 0 0 344 7010 Gilbrook School 33 33 33 33 344 7014 The Lyndale School 0 0 0 0 344 7017 Stanley School...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Aggregates Levy: High Peak (3 Sep 2007)

Jonathan R Shaw: ...at Buxton Community School 31 March 2004 46,500 Harpur Hill Club Improvements 31 March 2007 6,826 Harpur Hill Methodist Church—Provision of Disabled Toilet 31 March 2007 2,500 Hayfield Skate Park 31 March 2004 19,000 Hodthorpe Play Area 1 April 2004 25,568 Hope St. Peter's Church—Repairs 31 March 2007 5,000 Improvements to National Stone Centre 1 April...

Satellite Navigation (Vehicles) (26 Oct 2006)

Tom Levitt: ...realising that there is a height limit under the railway bridge outside his house. Rather than getting stuck under the bridge, the lorries try to turn round and go back to the previous junction at Hayfield, which is some three miles back, but there is simply no room on the road for them to do so. Cars in the car park of the Crown and Mitre pub and Mr. Isherwood's garden wall have thus been...

Written Answers — Education and Skills: Popular Schools Expansion Programme (6 Jun 2005)

Jacqui Smith: ... In progress — — Highcliffe School, Dorset In progress — — Haydon School, Hillingdon In progress — — West Hatch High School, Essex Unsuccessful — — The Hayfield School, Doncaster Unsuccessful — — The King David Community School, Manchester Withdrawn — — Gordano Community School, North Somerset Unsuccessful — — St. John...

Public Bill Committee: [Part I]Education Bill: Clause 1 - Purpose and Interpretation of Chapter One (11 Dec 2001)

Caroline Flint: ...for a long time, it does not want to build on that and lose further support. That would happen under the hon. Gentleman's amendment because it refers to ''any change from existing practice''. Hayfield school attained beacon status for its teacher training. His amendment would negate any bid it might make for further innovation support.

Orders of the Day — Petition: School Bus Services (6 Feb 2001)

Caroline Flint: ...problem, as they are at the mercy of deregulated bus services which, as we know, may be varied or cancelled with 42 day's notice. Last July, my constituents in Rossington, whose children attend the Hayfield school in Finningley, had a bus service going from Tickhill via Rossington and Bawtry to Finningley. In September, however, the bus route by-passed the less affluent area of Rossington...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Finance: Finance (8 Oct 1999)

Rt Hon Jack McConnell: ...Valley Fife 3185 13052 Bennochy Fife 2891 13061 Hayfield Fife 3362 13062 Pathhead/Victoria Fife 3631 13071 ...

Orders of the Day — Right to Roam Bill (26 Mar 1999)

Tom Levitt: ...Kinder Scout, which is the highest point on the Pennines, was surrounded by 15 square miles of land to which entry was prohibited. On 24 April 1932, hundreds of campaigners met at Bowden quarry in Hayfield and elsewhere to set out on their walk across Kinder Scout. That day became an important chapter in the social history of Britain—the Kinder Scout mass trespass, which led to hand to...

Orders of the Day — Greater London Authority (Referendum) Bill (10 Nov 1997)

Steve Pound: ...awhile in Ealing and dash off the odd verse. In 1961, describing parts of Ealing, he wrote: "Where smoothly glides the bicycleAnd softly flows the Brent,And a gentle gale from PerivaleSends up the hayfield scent." May I warn hon. Members that if they visit Perivale now in anticipation of the hayfield scent, they may not have that olfactory experience—rather, the heady tang of diesel...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Primary Care) Bill [Lords] (11 Feb 1997)

Charles Hendry: ...respect and dignity; they feel that they are getting the best possible treatment, because they are not in shabby and rundown surroundings. The same doctors' practice has opened a new surgery in Hayfield, which did not previously have a surgery, providing better facilities for people in small villages. In Chapel-en-le-Frith two new surgeries have been constructed: one by Dr. Bartholomew...

Opposition Day: National Health Service (21 Jan 1997)

Charles Hendry: ...appreciate. If we were to go closer down, we would see what is happening in GPs' surgeries. New surgeries have been built in Glossop, Buxton, New Mills, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whaley Bridge, Hayfield and Hope. Across the constituency, there is new investment in our health service, and services are being delivered in a way never seen before. That is the Government's record on health: a...

Leisure Industry (24 Jun 1994)

Charles Hendry: ...Victorian weekend in Glossop brings the town together—residents celebrate its unique facilities and delightful assets. Young girls from all over the area participate in the May queen festival in Hayfield, and I am given the joyful role of judging the competition. We also have the wonderful and historic well-dressing events in Derbyshire. Our wells are the source of our water and the...

New clause 12: Wool Prices (25 May 1993)

Mr Dale Campbell-Savours: ...issue of jobs was referred to by D. B. Holdsworth Ltd. Let us consider the position in the Minister's constituency. In Skipton and Ripon two large companies are involved in wool processing. One is Hayfield Textiles, which has 235 full-time employees. It is a large user of British wool in its spinning processes. It has several thousand customers in the United Kingdom and it exports British...

Adjournment (Summer) (9 Jul 1992)

Charles Hendry: ...a magnificent Georgian town—with the industrial heritage of the manufacturing centres of New Mills and Glossop. It contains a variety of small towns such as Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whaley Bridge and Hayfield—delight-ful little places—and a host of small villages rejoicing in such names as Dove Holes, Sparrowpit and Wormhill. I have yet to find out why the birds in High Peak live...

Orders of the Day — Part I: Farming (Northern Ireland) (28 Oct 1985)

Dr Rhodes Boyson: ..., with substantial flooding in many areas, and no sustained dry spells. In August I went to a farm not far from Belfast where one had to be wearing gumboots before walking on what was normally a hayfield. The strongest wind and the warmest climate were the only things that could have dried out the field before the autumn cold set in. Sunshine was around 25 per cent. below average for most...

Walkers (Access to Countryside) (21 Apr 1982)

Mr Andrew Bennett: ...in legislation. They are beginning to become frustrated and possibly rather more militant. It is worth remembering, with the fiftieth anniversary of the Kinder mass trespass being celebrated at Hayfield this weekend, that we could return to the era between the wars and just after when there were regular confrontations between walkers, gamekeepers and others. That would be very sad. I...


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