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Petition: Luton Airport (6 Nov 1969)

Mr James Allason: ...Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament assembled The Humble Petition of the residents of Aldbury, Flamstead, Gaddesden Row, Great Gaddesden, Little Gaddesden, Northchurch, Patten End, Tring, Wigginton and their neighbourhoods, presented at the Meeting of Protest held at Little Gaddesden in the County of Hertfordshire on 16th October, 1969, Showeth that whereas and here follows a...

Orders of the Day — Mobile Homes Bill [Lords] (8 Feb 1983)

Sir Nicholas Lyell: see it in the Queen's Speech. I became involved in the matter of mobile home occupiers—mobile home owners, as they are normally known—through my constituency interest at Beech Park, Wigginton near Tring, and at Scallerdells Lane, near Kings Langley. The problems suffered by mobile home owners in those sites highlighted the need for improvement of the Mobile Homes Act 1975. That is...

Opposition Day: Representation of the People (9 Mar 1987)

Mr Robin Corbett: ...of the new town of Hemel Hempstead upon the small towns and villages which helped to make up part of the constituency. I could, but I will not, wax lyrical about my fond memories of Aldbury and Wigginton, Ashridge and Cupid Green— there is many a story or poem in that— as wards of the Hertfordshire, West constituency. However, I shall content myself by agreeing with the Minister that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Nursery Teachers (20 Dec 1988)

Mr Robert Jones: ...voluntary nursery sector? Will she ensure that, when promoting nursery education, local authorities do not undermine the voluntary sector, as the dogmatic Hertfordshire county council is doing at Wigginton and Grove Hill in my constituency?

Gipsy Sites (10 Jul 1990)

Mr Robert Jones: ...time that I have been a Member of Parliament for my local authority to be granted designation after its initial application. During that period, local residents, particularly in the parishes of Wigginton and Tring Rural, but also in Tring, became increasingly frustrated by what they believed to be the Department of the Environment's inability to act in such a way as to protect them from...

Severn Bridges Act 1992 (Amendment) (2 Mar 1994)

Mr Roy Hughes: ...there is an increasing tendency for traffic entering Wales, especially heavy lorries, to divert around Gloucester and thereby avoid toll charges. In a letter to me dated 7 February, Mr. Richard Wigginton, the Gloucester county surveyor, mentioned the results of surveys that he had conducted from April 1992, when tolls began to be collected only for entry into Wales. The latest monitoring...

Statutory Instruments, &c.: Local Government (28 Feb 1995)

Frank Dobson: ...wishes of the people of York and their elected representatives and the elected representatives of every one of the districts and clearly against the wishes of the vast majority of people—Skelton, Wigginton, Haxby, Strenshall, Towthorpe, Earswick, Stockton-on-the-Forest, Holtby, Murton, Kexby, Dunnington, Elvington, Wheldrake, Deighton, Naburn, Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis, Copmanthorpe,...

Home Energy Conservation Bill: Interpretation (17 Mar 1995)

Mr Robert Jones: ...or something equally excessive. The hon. Lady knows that energy conservation is an important issue for those who live in mobile homes. I have enjoyed a long association with the Beech Park site at Wigginton and I am the honorary president of its residents association. I enjoy nothing more than attending the local dance at the Tring football club when I am able to do so. Quite a number of...

Army (28 Oct 1998)

Anne McIntosh: ...Vale of York will be very serious. Although it is true that the Vale of York is primarily a rural constituency, 30 per cent. of the population reside in areas in the city of York such as Haxby, Wigginton, Poppleton, New Earswick, Clifton Moor, Clifton Without and Rawcliffe. Many of my constituents work in York barracks or benefit, through shops and businesses, from the spending power of...

Petitions: Bus Service (York) (1 Dec 1998)

Anne McIntosh: present the petition of the residents to the House of Commons. The petition states: The Petition of the residents of Wheatfield Lane,Declares that we are concerned at the decision to alter the Wigginton, Haxby, York bus service so that it no longer serves Wheatfield Lane, thus inconveniencing many residents, the elderly in particular.The Petitioners therefore request that the House of...

Orders of the Day — Environment, Transport and the Countryside (18 Nov 1999)

Anne McIntosh: ...of the country I represent, I always say that it is James Herriot countryside. I represent parts of the outskirts of York—New Earswick, Poppleton, Rawcliffe, Clifton Without, Clifton Moor, Haxby, Wigginton, Skelton, Shipton by Bellingborough—and the market towns of Bedale, Boroughbridge, Easingwold and Thirsk, but the geographical centre is Helperby. A deeply rural farming...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Transport and the Regions: Community Bus Trusts (16 Jan 2001)

Anne McIntosh: ...particular the increasing unreliability of its bus schedules, from which a number of services have been cancelled? The community element of the service is that it gives people who live in Haxby and Wigginton access to York hospital. Without that bus route, they will simply not arrive to visit patients.

Prayers: Rural and Urban White Papers (26 Jan 2001)

Anne McIntosh: ...York is a strongly rural community and contains the market towns of Thirsk, Bedale, Easingwold and Boroughbridge. There is also a strong hinterland on the outskirts of York, which includes Haxby, Wigginton, Poppleton, Skelton and other areas. The delivery of services in North Yorkshire is hampered because it is an especially sparsely populated rural area. The proposed focus on market towns...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Correspondence (8 Jan 2002)

Anne McIntosh: ...the foot and mouth epidemic, (d) 11 July on behalf of Mr. Peter Winston of Sullivan Agriculture Ltd., York, concerning the foot and mouth epidemic, (e) 17 July on behalf of Mr. D. Creer of Wigginton, York, concerning the Policy Commission on Food and Farming, (f) 3 August on behalf of Mr. R. J. H. Cobbold of Harrogate, concerning the foot and mouth epidemic, (g) 8 August on behalf of Mrs....

Written Answers — House of Lords: Local Education Authorities: Absentee Rates (24 Apr 2002)

Baroness Ashton of Upholland: ...Primary, Hurst 3.6 York 6.2 Lowfield School 12.7 Lakeside Primary School 0.7 Oaklands School 11.2 St Mary's Church of England VC Primary School 2.8 Canon Lee School 11.0 Wigginton Primary School 2.8 Solihull 6.3 Smith's Wood School 11.2 St Augustine's Catholic Primary School 2.4 The Archbishop Grimshaw Catholic School 11.0 Dorridge Junior School 2.8 ...

Transport Infrastructure (Yorkshire and Humberside) (11 Mar 2008)

Hugh Bayley: ...ring road close to Poppleton, and to change the junction to improve traffic flows on the ring road. That would provide space for 750 cars. Thirdly, there would be a 750-space park-and-ride site on Wigginton road, with additional bus priority measures from there into York. Secondly, I would like the Government to support the Highways Agency's bid to the regional transport board to upgrade...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Community Fund: Tamworth (12 Mar 2008)

Gerry Sutcliffe: ... 1 November 2000 153,494 Shropshire County Scout Council 5 April 2001 5,000 Stonnall Pre-School Playgroup 5 April 2001 2,499 Colon Green Pre-School Nursery 5 July 2001 5,000 Wigginton (St. Leonard's) Scout Group 5 July 2001 4,993 Harlaston Village Hall Management Committee 5 July 2001 5,000 1st Hopwas Seoul Group 5 July 2001 5,000 54lh Birmingham Guides 5...

Flight Paths (London) (2 Jul 2008)

David Gauke: ...that the new noise preferential routes in the proposals would go through my constituency and between the towns of Tring and Berkhamsted, covering villages such as Northchurch, Aldbury and Wigginton. The article noted that the area of the country that would suffer most was the one that I have the privilege of representing. I immediately looked through the proposals in the consultation...

Health and Social Care Bill — Second Reading (Continued) (11 Oct 2011)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: it will be when all GP practices are responsible for commissioning. We have seen the pressures the health service is under. Your Lordships may have read reports of the letter from the Haxby and Wigginton Health Centre in York last week. Having set up its own company, HBG Ltd, to undertake minor private operations, it has now written to patients waiting for such minor surgical...

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