gjhfgjhhDavid Ruffley MP Is Backing Road Safety Week

Tuesday, 23 September, 2003

David Ruffley MP is calling on drivers in Suffolk to stop putting child pedestrians' lives at risk by speeding in residential areas.

David is making this plea during Road Safety Week 2003, which is raising awareness of child pedestrian deaths and injuries and the unacceptable levels of fear children experience on a daily basis when faced with speeding traffic in around their schools and homes. The theme of the Week is 'Save the life of a child- slow down.'

gjhfgjhhRuffley Celebrates Success of Rickinghall Farmers' Market on Third Anniversary

Wednesday, 8 October, 2003

David Ruffley has been invited to lead the celebrations at Rickinghall Farmers' Market on Saturday, 11 October when the Market celebrates its third anniversary in Rickinghall Village Hall. The Market is held on the second Saturday of every month between 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.

David Ruffley will be cutting the anniversary cake at 11.10 a.m. on Saturday, 11 October. Press and photographers welcome.

gjhfgjhhThreat Grows Of New Anti- Rural Car Taxes For Bury St Edmunds And Stowmarket

Tuesday, 21 October, 2003

New Whitehall plans being drawn up to levy additional taxes on motorists

David Ruffley MP warned that Whitehall bureaucrats and politicians were accelerating plans to introduce new taxes on drivers in Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket and Needham Market through road charging.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Warns Of New Government Laws That Threaten To Silence Suffolk

Monday, 25 November, 2002

Bury St Edmunds Conservative MP warns of effect of new Government legislation

David Ruffley MP warned today that three new laws proposed by the Government would strip the voice of local people on planning, transport and housing; other proposals include revaluing council tax bands that properties fall into and increasing council taxes for higher valued properties. David Ruffley said:

gjhfgjhhRuffley Calls For Urgent Action on A143 at Great Barton After Latest Crash

Monday, 5 January, 2004

David Ruffley was appalled to hear of the dreadful road accident that occurred on the A143 in Great Barton yesterday.

Below is the text of a letter he has written to Lucy Robinson, Director of Environment and Transport at Suffolk County Council calling for action.

5th January 2004
Ms Lucy Robinson
Director of Environment & Transport
Suffolk County Council
St Edmund House
County Hall

A143 Great Barton

gjhfgjhhGreat Whelnetham and Horringer Win Fight to Join Bury St Edmunds Constituency: 'I Am Delighted' says MP David Ruffley

Wednesday, 7 January, 2004

David Ruffley welcomed news that the Boundary Commission for England has today accepted the Conservative Party's recommendation on the future of parliamentary boundaries in Suffolk.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Extracts Shocking New Figures on Suffolk Social Services and Care Home Places: 'Suffolk County Council Have Been Asleep at The Wheel on Care Homes and This Has Contributed to the County's Bed Blocking Crisis'

Tuesday, 23 December, 2003

David Ruffley MP has received a reply from Dr Ladyman from the Department of Health following a question he put down in Parliament.

David said: 'we all know that Suffolk County Council's own care homes for local older people are not as well run as they should be. For a start Suffolk County Council runs the average care home place with much higher running costs than the voluntary sector without a commensurately better service. In short, the free care that taxpayers' money pays for is delivered better in the voluntary and independent sector.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Welcomes Needham Market Middle School in Historic Visit to House Of Commons

Tuesday, 11 November, 2003

David Ruffley yesterday welcomed a group of 100 pupils and staff from Needham Market Middle School to the House of Commons.

Following a tour of the Palace of Westminster, including both the House of Commons and House of Lords, the pupils met David in the Grand Committee Room in Westminster Hall, the room that is also used as a second debating chamber for MPs.

gjhfgjhhVolunteer Values: Ruffley Visits Victim Support in Bury St Edmunds

Tuesday, 11 November, 2003

David Ruffley is visiting the Bury St Edmunds office of Victim Support Suffolk on their 'Focus Day' on Friday, 14 November at 2.45 p.m. to raise awareness of the services they offer to his constituents. Their office is situated in the Risbygate Centre, 90 Risbygate Street. He will meet Mrs Maxine Kasicki, the Branch Chairman, Mrs Sue Thomson, the Branch Co-ordinator and volunteers.

gjhfgjhhRuffley Gives Keynote Speech at Stowmarket Chamber of Commerce: 'Stowmarket Must Get Slice of the Greater Cambridge Cake'

Tuesday, 11 November, 2003

David Ruffley is the guest speaker at the Stowmarket and District Chamber of Commerce lunchtime meeting on Friday, 14 November at Brown's Club in Stowmarket. He has been invited by Denis Barnard, the new Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce.

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