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Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2005 (6 Jun 2005)

Baroness Scotland of Asthal: ...social activities for diverse communities in London North East 28 Escape Family Support Ltd providing drug and alcohol misusers and their families with support in Northumberland 29 Waterhouses Community Association improving community needs and the environment in Waterhouses through social, educational and recreational activities 30 Ferguson Lane Community Association...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2005 (6 Jun 2005)

Paul Goggins: ...social activities for diverse communities in London North East 28 Escape Family Support Ltd providing drug and alcohol misusers and their families with support in Northumberland 29 Waterhouses Community Association improving community needs and the environment in Waterhouses through social, educational and recreational activities 30 Ferguson Lane Community Association...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (3 Jul 1997)

Charlotte Atkins: ...Staffordshire pottery. Staffordshire, Moorlands is a constituency of surprises. Who would have thought that there would be a tornado a few weeks ago? It lifted the roof of the swimming pool in Waterhouses. I am glad to say that moorlanders are equal to adverse weather conditions. They are used to snow, sometimes well into late spring. They take such weather conditions in their stride. As...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: School Closures (1 Dec 1987)

Mr David Knox: Does my hon. Friend think it right that some schools should be under almost continuous threat of closure? Is he aware that Waterhouses and Warslow middle schools in my constituency, both of which were opened a mere seven years ago, are under threat of closure for the second time? Is that fair? What chance have those schools ever had?

Prayers: Debate on the Address (25 Jun 1987)

Mr David Knox: ...was judged by wider factors than mere numbers. That matter will be soon put to the test in two schools in my constituency. The Labour-controlled Staffordshire county council proposes to close Waterhouses and Warslow middle schools in my constituency. Both were opened a mere eight years ago. Both have already been threatened once with closure. Four years ago the county council withdrew the...

Orders of the Day — Financial Services Bill: Qualifications of Designated Agency (31 Oct 1986)

Mr Alan Howarth: ...executives of companies. It is doubtful whether in practice they will be able to give the personal time and attention which is needed to carry out their function as members of the SIB. Mrs. Rachel Waterhouse is chairman of the Consumers Association and a member of the SIB. I have not met Mrs. Waterhouse and all that I have heard about her is good. She is an assiduous servant of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Power: West Durham (Industrial Development) (23 Nov 1965)

Mr Ernest Armstrong: ...Command Paper No. 2805, to allocate special funds to provide alternative industrial development in West Durham, which has become an urgent priority due to the pending redundancy at Brancepeth, waterhouses and Esh Winning collieries.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (8 Apr 1963)

Mr John Ainsley: ...). The employment exchange for that area gave the unemployment figure as 4·7 per cent., but as I move into the West I can double that figure. In the Brandon Urban District, Hedley Hope Colliery, Waterhouses Colliery, Esh Winning Colliery and New Brancepeth Colliery have recently closed down and there is nothing to offer to the people of the area. Moving further around, I come into...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Brandon (19 Feb 1963)

Mr John Ainsley: Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that in this urban district over the last few years Hedley Hope Colliery, Esh Winning Colliery, Waterhouses Colliery, Ushaw Moor Colliery, New Brancepeth Colliery and ancillary undertakings have closed down and that the Government have brought nothing appreciable into the area to relieve the vast unemployment, which is not shown as far as the Local...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Poliomyelitis (14 Jul 1958)

Mr Harold Davies: asked the Minister of Health if he is now in a position to make a report on the outbreak of poliomyelitis in the Waterhouses area, near Leek, Staffordshire; and what expert help was sent into the area to cope with the outbreak.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Water and Sewerage Schemes, North Staffordshire (9 Jul 1957)

...8.6.53 Sheepwash, Caverswall 14.7.53 25.6.54 Ramshorn Road Area, Oakamoor 2.7.54 4.1.55 Stoney Lane, Cauldon Low 6.8.54 24.11.54 Consall 28.12.55 28.5.56 Oakamoor—Kingsley 10.2.56 16.11.56 Waterhouses, Cotton and Blore-with-Swinscoe 20.4.56 4.2.57 Withystakes, Werrington (First stage) 30.6.56 23.8.56 Ipstones Edge, Bottom-houses and Winkhill 25.1.57 (Under consideration)


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