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Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Genetically Modified Organisms (17 Dec 2008)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ...-Raynham (East Raynham) TF 893 262 99/R22/16 Sugar beet (2)— Dorset -Bincombe SY 680 822 — Forage maize (1)— Dorset -Bincombe SY 681 836 — Forage maize (1)— Essex -Weeley TM 168 215 — Forage maize (2)— Leeds-Bramham cum Oglethorpe SE 448 422 — Forage maize (2)— Norfolk -Horningtoft TF 934 241 — Forage maize (2)— Norfolk - Old...

Occasional Sales (22 Jun 2006)

John Whittingdale: ...have signed the code of practice and only one has refused to do so. As a result, there has been a noticeable decline in illegal sales. Organisers are co-operating with recent examples in Clacton, Weeley and North Weald, where market organisers have banned some sellers whom they know to have been selling pirate goods. There is no doubt that most organisers are responsible and wish to work...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Fire and Rescue Service (28 Jan 2004)

Bernard Jenkin: ...what effect regionalisation of the Fire and Rescue Service in Essex will have on fire stations in (a) Colchester, (b) Manningtree, (c) Dovercourt, (d) Frinton, (e) Clacton, (f) Brightlingsea, (g) Weeley, (h) Wivenhoe, (i) West Mersea, (j) Tollesbury, (k) Tiptree, (l) Coggeshall and (m) Halstead. (6) whether the Fire and Rescue Service in Essex will be regionalised whether or not the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Gutteridge Farm Incident (20 Feb 2001)

Lord Marlesford: ...for a report on the incident on 9 December 2000 when Essex Police told Mr Andrew Bond that they did not have the manpower to deal with intruders who had broken into a barn at Gutteridge Farm in Weeley, Essex, causing criminal damage to wheat stored in the barn.

Orders of the Day — Nursery Education and Grant-Maintained Schools Bill (22 Jan 1996)

Peter Kilfoyle: ...reasons for that varied, but the unease was uniform. Alan Crampton of Audenshaw high said: I am uneasy about mortgaging the school for another head to pick up the bill! Nigel Powis of St. Andrews, Weeley, in Essex, said: At the end of this year, I'll have about 300 pounds left, and you can't borrow against that. John Bennett of Marshland high, West Walton, Cambridgeshire said: It puts a...

Orders of the Day — Night Assemblies Bill (21 Jan 1972)

Mr David Crouch: ...invite, but the number who could come if the weather is fine—it is only 65 miles from London—could well be double that figure, 500,000, and the situation could get seriously out of hand. At Weeley near Clacton last year there was a pop festival at which it was planned that 10,000 should attend, but the weather was good and 150,000 turned up. The crowd that might come down to...

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