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- 26 March 2015
Kerry's last newsletter before dissolution, containing information about her activities in both Bristol and Westminster.
- 16 March 2015
Some good news about Council plans to close seven libraries across Bristol (including the one on Wick Road).
- 10 March 2015
Information about Friday's public meeting to discuss saving Wick Road Library from closure.
- 05 March 2015
Following the tragic death of Becky Watts, Kerry has been asked by Avon & Somerset Constabulary to disseminate this community statement to concerned constituents.
- 12 February 2015
George Ferguson's response to the open letter about the North Fringe to Hengrove package of MetroBus (see below).
- 11 February 2015
An open letter from a cross-party group of MPs and councillors, including Kerry, voicing concerns and seeking answers about the North Fringe to Hengrove package of MetroBus.
- 23 January 2015
We are all deeply concerned by the NHS crisis. At Southmead in particular, the situation seems to be getting worse, with only 78% of patients being seen within 4 hours, and more ambulances queuing up outside, more operations cancelled, and more bed-blocking.
- 12 January 2015
I have been actively involved in the campaign to ensure that residential properties due to be built next to The Fleece are adequately sound-proofed, to protect this much-loved music venue from the threat of closure as a result of future noise complaints, as well as ensuring the flats provide decent homes.
- 08 January 2015
I know lots of my constituents share my concerns about the proposed McDonalds ‘drive-thru’ on Fishponds Road. I have formally objected to the proposals; you can find my full objection in the website post titled 'More information on the McDonalds Fishponds Road application' (15th October). You can also find a link to Clare Fowle’s petition there which has now received over 1500 signatures.
- 07 January 2015
When Chris Bryant was in Bristol last month, just after his appointment as Labour’s new shadow Arts Minister, I took the opportunity to introduce him to some of Bristol arts organisations, so they could discuss issues in the sector and to hear about Bristol’s unique and vibrant arts and culture.
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