MP continues #GivingUpPlastic series

It’s been over a month since I challenged myself to avoid buying anything which has single use plastic as part of its packaging. 

MP helps plant first trees of new Forest at Doddington

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Member of Parliament for Berwick-upon-Tweed helped to plant some of the first trees at the new Doddington Forest last week, alongside children from Wooler Middle School.   In total, more than 600,000 trees will be planted at the site - the largest planting scheme in England

Anne-Marie welcomes Druridge Bay decision

Anne-Marie has today welcomed the decision by the Secretary of State, who has ultimate responsibility for planning matters, Sajid Javid, to refuse planning permission to Highthorn Opencast Coal Mine.

MP attends Berwick Investors Conference

Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP attended the Berwick Investors conference held in the Guild Hall in Berwick on Thursday 22 March 2018.  Anne-Marie listened to the Guest Speaker Lord Duncan of Springbank, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Scotland who spoke to delegates about the Borderlands init

Northumberland MP stands up for local Fishermen in Parliament

Anne-Marie Trevelyan stood up for Northumbrian fishermen in Parliament yesterday during questions to the Department of Exiting the European Union. Anne-Marie was deeply concerned regarding recent EU documents that took an aggressive line on maintaining full access to our fishing waters.

Anne-Marie's weekly #GivingUpPlastic Article

Easter draws a little closer, and if I had committed to giving up chocolate or alcohol then the prospect of relief from my abstinence would be coming into view. But my personal challenge has been to try to stop buying or using single-use plastic.

Anne-Marie visits King James Court

Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP visited King James Court in West Street on a recent constituency day in Berwick.  She was met by Alan Gerono, District Manager for Anchor Homes and Anne Forbes the development manager.  Anne-Marie was given a full tour of the development, where she met residents for a Q &a