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Calling for local people to ‘make a difference’

Theresa May is backing this year’s CSV Make a Difference Day and encouraging everyone in Maidenhead and the surrounding area to volunteer on 25th October 2008. CSV Make a Difference Day, the UK’s biggest day of ‘hands-on’ volunteering, takes ...

Bringing the Olympic spirit to Maidenhead

Theresa May is supporting efforts to see Maidenhead and the surrounding area benefit from London’s hosting of the Olympic Games in 2012. In the week that the 2008 Olympics open, Theresa is encouraging local businesses and sports venues to get i...

Supporting the local area’s budding artists

Theresa May was so impressed with the quality of artwork produced by local students for a recent exhibition that she will be displaying a sample in her House of Commons office. Artwork produced by students at Furze Platt Senior School was rec...

Calling all young reporters!

Theresa May is encouraging Maidenhead students to enter the Parliamentary Press Gallery writing competition 2008-09. Since 2003 the Parliamentary Press Galley has run a writing competition for students, designed to complement citizenship lesson...

Theresa supports call for more women MPs

On the 80th anniversary of universal suffrage, Theresa May joined activists outside Parliament calling for greater representation of women in the House of Commons. As it currently stands women make up only 20% of all MPs. The Electoral Reform S...

Local scouts join Theresa for Speaker’s tea party in Parliament

On 24th June Scouts from Pinkneys Green joined Theresa May for a tea party with the Speaker of the House of Commons this week. Nicholas Jones, a Scout from Pinkneys Green who got the opportunity to visit the Houses of Parliament said, “It was...

Theresa welcomes Environment Agency rethink on lock keepers

The Environment Agency are to rethink their decision to get rid of residential lock keepers in the Thames Valley area, it was announced today. The Environment Agency had planned to sell or rent 22 lock keepers properties in the region, meanin...

Theresa calls for Badnells Pit appeal to be rejected

Theresa May has continued to support efforts to prevent development on Badnells Pit. The long-running battle to prevent development has now reached the Planning Inspectorate, following an appeal by Michael Shanly Homes against the Royal Borough...

Environment Agency lock keeper case crumbles in face of opposition from local MPs

Local MPs will meet a government Minster about the removal of resident lock keepers in the Thames Valley, in light of the poor case put forward by the Environment Agency for their removal. Theresa May joined MPs from across the Thames Valley ...

Good news for St Marks

Berkshire East PCT has announced that St Marks Hospital in Maidenhead will get a minor injuries unit following consultation on healthcare services in East Berkshire including Maidenhead. Original plans did not include a minor injuries unit for ...