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Local MP welcomes new safety measures on Station Road

Member of Parliament for Thornbury and Yate, Luke Hall, has expressed his delight following the construction of safety barriers between Yate Shopping Centre and the new zebra crossing on Station Road.

MP backs Yate park for 2017 “UK’s Best Park” Award

Local MP Luke Hall is delighted to learn that our Kingsgate Park in Yate has been nominated in the Fields in Trust UK’s Best Park, as voted by YOU! 2017 Award. The deadline for voting one of our best loved local green spaces is 3rd November.

MP asks for residents' feedback on evening Sort It Centre hours

Local Thornbury and Yate MP Luke Hall is asking for residents views on local sort-it centres operating hours this month after residents in the Yate area have raised concerns over evening opening hours, which they believe are inconvenient for working families.

Wick goes to Parliament

On Monday 9th October, Local MP Luke Hall welcomed residents of Wick to the Houses of Parliament. Luke continued to deliver on his promise to provide constituents with the opportunity to visit the heart of the British Democracy and to meet their MP where legislation is passed and debated.

MP’s Sixth Jobs Fair a success with hundreds of jobs on offer

Local MP Luke Hall’s Sixth Jobs Fair was hailed as another success last week as the MP continued to deliver on his pledge to hold at least two Jobs Fairs a year, bringing together a wide array of local employers and companies eager to meet local job seekers, with a variety of vacancies on offer.

MPs meet with Transport Secretary to share concerns over J18A Eastern proposals

South Gloucestershire MPs including local MP Luke Hall met with the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP this week to jointly press and relay residents’ concerns over the eastern options which Highways England and South Gloucestershire Council are considering as part of plans to see a new juncti

MP visits Yate’s MIU to discuss Health Services

Thornbury and Yate MP Luke Hall visited Yate’s Minor Injuries Unit last week to meet with staff alongside a meeting to discuss wider health service plans for South Gloucestershire with senior health chiefs such as Julia Ross, CEO of South Gloucestershire’s Bristol, North Somerset and South Glouce