There will be a surgery in Tetbury in September but for security reasons we cannot advertise the time and date. If you want to see me to discuss an important issue affecting you personally, which you think I may be able to help you with, you are more than welcome. Please email my office in advance at email@example.com giving details of the issue you wish to raise and include your name and address. We will then book you an appointment which is necessary in order to attend.
Siddington Park is a modern lifestyle village for the over 60s which sits on the outskirts of Cirencester, developed and operated by Rangeford Villages. On 2nd August, Sir Geoffrey Clifton Brown MP was invited to see the latest developments by Will Ryan, Village Manager at Siddington Park.
The Cotswolds Voluntary Wardens is comprised of around 400 men and women who form the volunteer arm of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), now the Cotswolds National Landscape (CNL).
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP has written to Robert Weaver, Chief Executive of the Cotswolds District Council to bring to his attention the Adjournment Debate he held on 27 April, on the Cotswold District Council's proposals to borrow £76.5 million to finance investment projects including five solar farm sites for a total of £46.5 million.
Jamie Alcock, a Gloucestershire-based farmer is raising money for charity with a three-week-long journey by Shire Horse from MOD St Athan near Cardiff to Hampton Court Palace near London, between the 1st - 20th of June.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown calls on Parliament to take action on our obligation to protect and preserve the Palace of Westminster UNESCO world heritage site—a grade I listed building with more than 900 years of political history—for future generations.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown leads a debate on the major refurbishment programme that is needed to protect and preserve the heritage of the Palace of Westminster and ensure that it can continue to serve as the home to the UK Parliament.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown raises concerns about storage of the new harvest in Ukraine whilst 25 million tonnes of old crop is filling up all the stores, and asks the Foreign Secretary what can be done to ensure that there is international passage for that grain out of Odesa and other ports.