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Cotswold Line Upgrades — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (28 Mar 2018)

Nigel Huddleston: ...deserve right along the line. One of the most common sources of frustration for rail users along the Cotswold line is the lack of parking. For Honeybourne station in my constituency and Pershore station, just across the border in the constituency of my hon. Friend the Member for West Worcestershire (Harriett Baldwin), parking is a particularly acute issue for an ever-growing population....

Three-tier Education — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (16 Mar 2016)

Nigel Huddleston: ...and six middle school academies in Worcestershire, including five in my constituency. There is also a two-tier system of Catholic primary and secondary schools, which serve Droitwich, Evesham and Pershore. I should declare that my own children attend a local Catholic state school—St Marys in Evesham, which is a great school. It is a primary, rather than a first school, which feeds into a...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Hospitals: Parking (14 Oct 2015)

Alistair Burt: ...Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust Paulton Birth Centre Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust Pembridge Palliative Care Centre Worcestershire Health And Care NHS Trust Pershore Hospital Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust Petersfield Hospital The Lewisham And Greenwich NHS Trust Queen Elizabeth Hospital Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust...

North Cotswold Line (17 Oct 2014)

Robin Walker: ...timetable improvements and will be introducing some incremental change in 2015, including some faster services and slightly better regularity but also sacrifices, including fewer trains stopping at Pershore and Malvern. The current proposals offer Worcester a two hour seven minute journey time, but not at the most important times of day. I welcome the small improvements on offer but they...

Petitions: Rural Fair Share Campaign (4 Nov 2013)

Harriett Baldwin: I am handing in a petition in the same terms for 128 signatories from the beautiful town of Pershore and the villages around Bredon Hill in my constituency. The Petition of the residents of West Worcestershire. [P001268]

[Mr Dai Havard in the Chair] — Backbench business — Planning and Housing Supply (24 Oct 2013)

Harriett Baldwin: ...areas approved. When we discuss planning, however, one thing that strikes me is that the beautiful villages we all love—in my area, I have the villages around Bredon Hill, the town of Pershore and the towns and villages of the Malvern Hills district—all grew up without our current planning regulations. Ironically, however, we would not be able to build those communities under today’s...

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Broadband (18 Apr 2013)

Harriett Baldwin: .... In addition, villages in my constituency such as Overbury, Little Witley and Martley have come up with innovative rural solutions. Will the Minister welcome an event that I am holding in Pershore on 10 May to demonstrate those alternative technologies to some of the rural communities that are in the last 10%?

School Funding (Worcestershire) (23 Oct 2012)

David Laws: ...that is causing anxiety among schools in Worcestershire, and that there are particular concerns about the impact the changes will have on small and middle schools in rural areas such as Evesham, Pershore and Upton. Officials in the Department have been in contact with staff at Worcestershire county council to understand why the concerns have arisen and to offer advice. I understand that...

Bill Presented — Infrastructure (Financial Assistance) Bill: Community Hospitals (6 Sep 2012)

Harriett Baldwin: ...for this important debate. Our experience in West Worcestershire can certainly contribute to a debate on the ownership of community hospitals, because we have three in the constituency: Malvern, Pershore and Tenbury Wells. They all have slightly different models of ownership, and I think that diversity of ownership model is something that has led to their success and will lead to their...

Health (20 Dec 2011)

Harriett Baldwin: There are three fine community hospitals in my constituency: Pershore, Tenbury and Malvern. My hon. Friend may wish to invite her constituents to visit the Pershore hospital, which is owned by the district council and operated by the NHS care trust. It is an interesting model.

Opposition Day — [Un-allotted Day]: Environmental Protection and Green Growth (26 Oct 2011)

Harriett Baldwin: I represent a flood-hit constituency in the Severn valley. We had serious floods in 1998, 2000 and 2007. Since May 2010, Pershore, Powick, Uckinghall, Kempsey and two schemes in Upton-upon-Severn have been started or completed, compared to the record under the hon. Lady’s Government, where we got one scheme in 13 years.

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Departmental Buildings (24 May 2011)

Richard Benyon: ... Freehold -6,040,000 599 Tow Law FMD Site Durham Freehold -810,000 613 Ash Moor FMD Site Meeth Tiverton Freehold 300,000 617 Throckmorton—Areas A, B and C FMD Site Long Lane Pershore Long leasehold -3,000,000 663 Eastbrook Shaftesbury Road Cambridge Freehold 6,000 767 Zebra House Great North Road Alnwick Freehold 1,600,000 087(2) Holme Farm...

Tackling Poverty in the UK (10 Jun 2010)

Harriett Baldwin: ...the solitary, final western hill of the Cotswolds, Bredon hill, which was an inspiration to A. E. Housman, the great English poet. The River Avon meanders around the beautiful Georgian town of Pershore, on its way to join up with the River Severn, creating flood plains and fields that are famous for being able to grow the most succulent asparagus. On the west of the River Severn, across...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Floods: Worcestershire (8 Jun 2010)

Harriett Baldwin: ...ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (1) whether she plans to maintain agreed levels of funding for flood defence schemes in Upton-upon-Severn, Uckinghall, Kempsey, Pershore and Powick; and if she will make a statement; (2) if she will visit Tenbury Wells to discuss the provision of flood defences; if she will review the Government's formula for funding...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Flood Control (13 Jan 2010)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ...potential sites for combined schemes, where both river and sewer flooding occur. The Environment Agency and Severn Trent are currently co-operating on planning schemes at Alcester, Broom and Pershore in the West Midlands. These are all locations which were affected by the 2007 summer floods. These schemes are planned to reduce flood risk to 193 properties (100 at Alcester, 61 at Pershore...

Edgbaston Cricket Ground (23 Jun 2009)

Roger Godsiff: ...and offices, conferencing, banqueting and exhibition facilities. The erection of five floodlighting columns and lights. Demolition of two dwelling houses at the Cricket Club and twelve houses on Pershore Road. Erection of mixed use development comprising residential, offices and hotel, retail, restaurants and cafes, pubs and bars as well as leisure facilities and a crèche together with...

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Further Education: Mergers (28 Apr 2009)

Siôn Simon: ...Pendleton College 7 February 1997 Prior Pursglove College and South Park Sixth Form College Prior Pursglove College 1 August 1997 Worcestershire College of Agriculture and Horticulture and Pershore College of Horticulture Pershore and Hindlip College 10 May 1997 Hyde Clarendon College and Tameside College Tameside College 18 February 1998 Airedale and Wharfedale College...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Agriculture: Subsidies (2 Mar 2009)

Jane Kennedy: ...,460.70 Sherwood Produce Ltd. 341,310.93 Snaith Salad Growers Ltd. 51,174.80 South Devon Organic Producers Ltd. 71,088.33 South Eastern Produce Ltd. 230,056.72 Springhill Farms (Pershore) Ltd. 380,977.30 Stemgold Peas Ltd. 56,066.87 Suffolk Produce Ltd. 187,665.47 Swaythorpe Growers Ltd. 76,309.13 The Asplins Producer Organisation Ltd. 667,941.55 The...

Written Answers — Justice: Departmental Catering (24 Feb 2009)

Maria Eagle: ..., Sales 1,375.11 Newport Butchers and Bak 1,078.24 North Country Quality Foods Ltd. 5,986.23 North Surrey Bakers 6,876.84 Old Stables Farm 5,585.90 Passion for Food 1,319.75 Pershore Produce (Fruit and Vegetables) Ltd. 4,169.30 Potts Bakers 1,710.56 R. A. Fyfe and Sons Butche 6,782.85 R. Foster and Son Ltd. 1,287.16 Raps (UK) Ltd. 7,299.70 Reeve...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Social HomeBuy (28 Oct 2008)

Iain Wright: ...Western Challenge Poole Swaythling Western Challenge Salisbury Swaythling South Gloucestershire Western Challenge Swindon Western Challenge Tewkesbury Evesham & Pershore West Midlands Birmingham Bromford Mercian Midland Heart Servite West Mercia Coventry Guinness Trust Lichfield Mercian Malvern...

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