gjhfgjhhRuffley Returns to Needham Market Middle School By Popular Demand

Tuesday, 15 July, 2003

Following David Ruffley's visit to Needham Market Middle School in March this year when he spoke to the pupils in their assembly, he has been invited back by Headteacher, Sue Hull, so that he can have individual sessions with each of the classes in turn. David's visit will be on Friday, 18 July from 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

gjhfgjhhRuffley to Minister: '60th Anniversary Of D Day Should Be Commemorated For The Sake of Suffolk Veterans'

Tuesday, 17 June, 2003

David Ruffley has thrown his weight behind the campaign by the Royal British Legion, of which he is a member, to ensure that the 60th Anniversary of D Day on 5/6 June 2004 is commemorated in an appropriate manner.

David has signed an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons calling on the Government to 'begin preparations now in order that this extremely important and historic event is commemorated appropriately on its 60th anniversary next year.'

gjhfgjhhRuffley Supports Fireworks Bill in House of Commons Following Bury Constituents' Complaints

Tuesday, 17 June, 2003

David Ruffley was in the chamber of the House of Commons on Friday 13 June to support the Fireworks Bill personally. This is a Private Member's Bill introduced by Bill Tynan. It passed its final stages in the House of Commons on Friday and now goes to the House of Lords.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Chairs Police Open House Forum at Rickinghall

Tuesday, 9 September, 2003

David Ruffley will chair the Police Forum organised by WPC Pauline Shadbolt, the local Community Beat Officer, to be held at Rickinghall Village Hall from 7.00-9.00 p.m. on Friday, 12 September.

All residents from Rickinghall and surrounding villages are invited to attend.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Opens New Kall Kwik Centre in Bury

Friday, 12 September, 2003

David Ruffley will perform the official opening of the Kall Kwik Centre at Angel House, 24 Angel Hill, Bury St Edmunds, on Friday, 12 September at 3.30 p.m.

Kall Kwik is the largest print, design and copy specialist in the UK. The new franchisee of Centre in Bury is local businessman, Stewart Green.

Stewart will be working with a team of four and aims to develop the Centre's services and hopes to establish the Centre as a one-stop facility for all business-to-business marking needs.

gjhfgjhhCommunity Values: Ruffley Supports All Saints Church Building Project

Friday, 12 September, 2003

David Ruffley is supporting All Saints Church, Park Road, Bury St Edmunds, in their bids for funding for their imaginative 'Link' project. The Church plans to link the existing church and church hall to provide easier and more welcoming access as well as additional facilities for use by the local community. The Church has applied to the Charles Hayward Foundation and will be making further applications to other charitable organisation. The Church is situated close to the Priors Estate and provides much needed community facilities but the present site needs updating and improving.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Reveals Shocking New Sex Offending Figures for Suffolk and Writes Letter to Suffolk Chief Constable

Tuesday, 16 September, 2003

Today David Ruffley revealed new figures which showed a rise in the total number of registered sex offenders in Suffolk from 230 in 2001/2 to 279 in 2002/3. The new official figures also show that Suffolk has higher figures than neighbouring east of England counties.

A copy of David Ruffley's letter to the Chief Constable is below.

gjhfgjhhWalsham le Willows Post Office Closure: Ruffley Urges Post Office to Find Replacement Sub-Postmaster Urgently

Friday, 12 September, 2003

David Ruffley has reacted to the announcement by the Post Office of the temporary closure of Walsham le Willows Post Office by writing a letter (see below) to Steve Rayner asking what action is in hand to find an immediate replacement.

gjhfgjhhCampaign Success: Ruffley Re-Opens Sicklesmere Post Office

Tuesday, 17 June, 2003

David Ruffley will perform the opening ceremony at the upgraded Sicklesmere Post Office on Friday, 20 June at 4.30 p.m., together with Councillor John Griffiths, Leader of St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Calls Further Meeting on Thurston Surgery Saga: 'No Complacency About This Project'

Thursday, 25 September, 2003

David Ruffley has called a meeting with Tony Ranzetta, Chief Executive of Suffolk West Primary Care Trust, (PCT) to discuss the implementation of the PCT's decision to establish a branch GP surgery at Thurston. The meeting will also be attended by Mrs Joanna Spicer, Chairman of Suffolk West PCT. Also invited are County Councillor Mrs Susan Sida-Lockett, and Mid Suffolk District Councillors, Derrick Haley and Alan Stiff.

The meeting will take place on Thursday, 2 October at 11.30 am. in the PCT offices in Bury St Edmunds.

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