John Stevenson MP for Carlisle will be hosting an event to allow the business community of Carlisle to meet with local councillors from both Carlisle City Council and Cumbria County Council. The meeting which is to be held on 28th July at the Hallmark hotel will begin at 12 noon...
MP for Carlisle John Stevenson is supporting a campaign to reinstate the Coffee Puff in Cumbrian Greggs stores. The Coffee Puff was originally a speciality in Birketts, the Cumbrian bakers which Greggs took over in 1996. Greggs has always maintained local lines in bakeries...
Carlisle MP is to walk Hadrian’s Wall to help to raise awareness of the World Heritage Site. John Stevenson MP, who recently led a Westminster Hall debate which focused on Hadrian’s Wall, will be walking all the way across the historical tourist attraction which stretches from the North East coast...
John Stevenson MP for Carlisle has welcomed the passing of the ‘Referendum Lock’ which will give British people a say on further power transfers to the EU. The passing of the ‘Referendum Lock’ in the EU Referendum Bill fulfils a key part of the Conservative Party’s Manifesto pledge.
John Stevenson MP for Carlisle welcomes the news that the Government will announce more than £1bn worth of savings to be made by changing PFI contracts. It is expected that the Treasury will announce the set up of a new unit jointly run by the Cabinet Office and the Treasury to work with hospitals...
MP for Carlisle John Stevenson is in support of the Story Group Crindledyke development which was passed by Carlisle City Council today. John welcomes the news that outline planning permission has been granted for Story Group to build 850 houses on the Crindledyke site.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson welcomes the National Citizen Service which is to be piloted in Carlisle over the summer. National Citizen Service is a new summer project for 16 year olds. The project offers 10,000 16 year olds an opportunity to stay away from home for two weeks...
Carlisle’s MP, John Stevenson, has welcomed £4.89m of new funding for sustainable transport schemes in Cumbria. The Lake District Sustainable Visitor Transport Beacon Area has met the fund’s key objectives of creating economic growth in the area and cutting carbon.
John Stevenson MP for Carlisle has written to Cumbria County Council requesting that they assess the possibility of installing a pedestrian crossing on Castle Way linking the historic quarter of Carlisle to Carlisle Castle. As the current network of roads in Carlisle is being restructured...
MP for Carlisle, John Stevenson, is backing the Government’s reforms to health and safety regulation on school field trips. John said, “Field trips are an excellent way for children to learn about subjects at school. They provide a context and form an important part of a structured education.
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