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Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Topical Questions (21 Feb 2019)

Andrew Griffiths: Mr Les Stretton from Stapenhill in my constituency is a regular correspondent, but he is one of many constituents who have written to me expressing concern about the possible implications of a new trade deal with other countries as we leave the European Union, including a possible impact on the quality and standards of food imported into the country. We will debate trade deals later today,...

Petitions: Post Office Closures (Staffordshire) (4 Jun 2008)

Janet Dean: I am grateful for the opportunity this evening to present three petitions. Many of my constituents who are residents of Stapenhill, Marchington and Mayfield are deeply concerned about the future of their post offices, and more than 400 people attended the three public meetings I organised to oppose the closure of three of the five post offices in my constituency that Post Office Ltd wishes to...

Economic Regeneration (Burton) (21 Feb 2005)

Janet Dean: proud of the increase in Government investment since 1997, which has brought more teachers, nurses, doctors and police officers, as well as improvements to our school buildings, such as the new Stapenhill sixth-form centre and the replacement Mosley primary school. I am glad that almost 4,000 pensioner households in Burton now benefit from the pension credit, and that more than 9,000...

Post Office Closures (Burton) (28 Oct 2004)

Janet Dean: ..., and the only receiving branch given is three quarters of a mile away. The area is hilly, with little access to other retail outlets and no access to other financial services. I am pleased that in Stapenhill, which is a similar area, there is no proposal to close either of the two post offices, which are perhaps closer together than those at Winshill. However, that poses the question of...

Orders of the Day — Roads (Burton-on-Trent Bridge) (22 Feb 1967)

Sir John Morris: ...on proposals put forward by local highway authorities, and included in these proposals is a proposal from the Burton-on-Trent County Borough Council for a new bridge to cross the Trent between Stapenhill Road and Lichfield Street. The cost of the scheme, including some improvement of Park Street, was estimated at £872,000. This scheme would complete an inner ring road system in Burton,...

Orders of the Day — River Trent, Burton (Condition) (5 Jun 1956)

Mr John Jennings: ...river. It is no longer beautiful at Burton. Its sporting qualities are very limited and its pleasure-giving qualities are very few. The corporation has developed the river banks—for instance, at Stapenhill, where there are beautiful gardens—and the river has housed boating and sailing clubs, rowing clubs, swimming clubs, and organisations like the Sea Cadets. Now, however, the sailing...

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