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MP visits completed football pavilion

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, visited Ellington Junior Football Club on Friday to view the new Club Pavilion.  She was given a tour of the new facilities, including changing and shower rooms, offices and a recreational area and kitchen.

My week in Westminster

I often find it is difficult for people to see how the work that goes on in Parliament relates to everyday life and issues faced locally. 

MP VISITS NEW VILLAGE BREWERY

Whilst visiting the village of Elsdon recently, Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan popped in to visit the new brewery venture located there, to lend her support to their work and hear more about how they are doing.

MP praises pub’s library scheme

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, recently visited Elsdon to see for herself the fantastic new library scheme being operated by the local pub landlords.

Anne-Marie speaks in Mental Capacity Bill debate

Anne-Marie took the opportunity to speak in yesterday's Commons debate on the Mental Capacity Bill and raised concerns and challenges faced by care homes in Northumberland.

You can read the speech HERE or watch the video below:

 

 

MP praises generosity of locals

Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has praised the generosity of local people once more, who have given generously in her annual “One More Toy” Christmas appeal.  The drive encourages people to buy one more toy to donate to the Salvation Army, who then distribute the toys to children in care or in families

Anne-Marie's statement on the No Confidence vote

"The no confidence vote in the Prime Minister will be held this evening in Westminster.  The Prime Minister needs the support of 158 MPs, and if she succeeds with that, she cannot be challenged for another 12 months.  I will take some time today to think about how to vote.  I will respect the sec

Relief as Lynx won’t be introduced to Kielder

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, has expressed her relief that the Environment Secretary Michael Gove has listened to local concerns and decided not to allow the re-introduction of Lynx into Kielder Forest.