Post Tagged with: "Eddisbury"

Antoinette Sandbach warming to second referendum on Brexit

Antoinette Sandbach warming to second referendum on Brexit

Exclusive – by Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
Antoinette Sandbach has been left “touched and humbled” by messages of support she has received this week.

The MP for Eddisbury was one of 21 long-standing Conservatives to lose the whip on Tuesday night after voting against the Government to pave the way for a bill to block a no deal Brexit.

September 8, 2019
Eddisbury Conservatives “sad” to lose MP Antoinette Sandbach

Eddisbury Conservatives “sad” to lose MP Antoinette Sandbach

By Stephen Topping, local democracy reporter
Eddisbury Conservative Association says it is sad to lose Antoinette Sandbach – but that the party must get on with delivering Brexit.

The MP for Eddisbury was one of 21 Conservatives to have the whip removed by the party on Tuesday night after voting against the Government.

September 5, 2019
Sticking points on HS2 plan for Cheshire highlighted in report

Sticking points on HS2 plan for Cheshire highlighted in report

By Stephen Topping
Seven sticking points in Cheshire are being highlighted on HS2 Ltd’s to-do list – but a leading opponent says it is nothing more than a ‘marketing tool’

The company behind the project came under fire from Antoinette Sandbach, MP for Eddisbury, for failing to provide visual designs of the planned rolling stock depot in Wimboldsley, between Winsford and Nantwich.

November 23, 2018
Tarporley pupils’ election ‘hustings’ with Eddisbury candidates

Tarporley pupils’ election ‘hustings’ with Eddisbury candidates

Tarporley Sixth Form students took part in their own hustings debate with the five main election candidates for Eddisbury.

Sixth formers, staff and governors watched the debate involving Antoinette Sandbach (Con), James Laing (Lab), Ian Priestner (LD), Andrew Garman (Green) and Rob Millington (UKIP).

May 5, 2015
Eddisbury MP Stephen O’Brien to quit and take UN job

Eddisbury MP Stephen O’Brien to quit and take UN job

Eddisbury Conservative MP Stephen O’Brien is to step down and take up a top job at the United Nations.

Mr O’Brien, who has represented the constituency which includes many villages around Nantwich since 1999, will be in charge of humanitarian affairs and emergency relief at the UN.

March 10, 2015
Green Party select ex Lib Dem to contest Eddisbury seat

Green Party select ex Lib Dem to contest Eddisbury seat

Green Party members have selected Dr Andrew Garman to stand in the Eddisbury constituency at the General Election.

Garman, 61, is semi-retired scientist and lives in Ashton Hayes village, in the north of the constituency.

March 5, 2015
MP Stephen O’Brien to stage Bunbury Village Hall surgery

MP Stephen O’Brien to stage Bunbury Village Hall surgery

Eddisbury MP Stephen O’Brien is holding a surgery for constituents this Friday April 26 at Bunbury Village Hall. The MP is keen to speak to anyone who wishes to raise issues affecting the local Bunbury community area.

April 22, 2013
Bunbury butcher couple visit Westminster for national awards

Bunbury butcher couple visit Westminster for national awards

A couple who run a local butcher were invited to Parliament after winning through to the Countryside Alliance national annual awards. Mark and Claire Burrows, of Bunbury, near Nantwich, made it through to the final after winning the “butchers” category in the North West competition.

March 21, 2013