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- 14 August 2017
The Lamplighters are looking for support to gain £10,000 of funding for their brilliant community project
- 12 August 2017
Kerry has recently been in contact with Bristol Dementia Services, who have produced a film in 6 languages (Urdu, Punjabi, Cantonese, Somali, Polish and English) to help raise awareness around dementia diagnoses.
- 12 August 2017
Innovative thinking, like the launch of the bio-gas bus, is a necessary step we must take in order to reduce air pollution in Bristol.
- 11 August 2017
Whether it's reading for pleasure or for learning, access to books is important for all of us, and libraries play a crucial part in this. Wick Road Library also functions as a community space where people living in Brislington can come together and socialise, or use the computers if they don't have one at home
- 11 August 2017
Making CCTV compulsory is a step in the right direction to ensure slaughter houses are complying with animal welfare law, and workers aren't inflicting unnecessary cruelty. I was an early supporter of this campaign, having seen terrible footage obtained by undercover investigations, but until now the Government had refused to act, so this is very welcome news.
- 10 August 2017
Kerry is thrilled to hear from blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan that 714 Bristol East constituents are on the stem cell donor list. But we can still do more.
- 05 August 2017
I welcome the Government’s announcement that it is putting £3.4 million towards improving roads in the West of England, and in particular, that Scotland Lane, in Stockwood, is one of the roads scheduled for improvements. A crucial road, Scotland Lane is the direct route from Stockwood to Brislington schools, Saint Brendan's College and Bristol Park and Ride, and used by many people getting to work in the morning, but has regularly flooded, meaning long detours. I've been pressing the Council about this, and backed the bid for extra funding. I hope improvement work begins on this road, and others, very soon.
- 04 August 2017
Tories drop their manifesto promise of free school breakfasts
- 04 August 2017
The European Union’s Scientific Committee on Veterinary Measures Relating to Public Health found the use of growth hormones in beef production pose a potential risk to human health. Following our withdrawal from the EU, future trade deals with the United States may put this common sense precaution into jeopardy.
- 28 July 2017
With electrification works cancelled across the north and in Wales, despite Crossrail 2 securing funding, it looks doubtful that the line into Temple Meads will ever be electrified, says Kerry.
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