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Theresa welcomes decision to trial broadband in Waltham St Lawrence

Theresa May has hailed a successful result for the campaign run by her and local residents to bring broadband to Waltham St Lawrence and parts of Hurst. Twyford telephone exchange is one of only ten sites selected for a pilot scheme that BT is ...

Theresa supports Walk to School Month

Theresa May is encouraging local pupils to join thousands of children worldwide this October in celebrating the benefits of walking to school during International Walking to School Month. Theresa said, “Walking to school is a fantastic way to...

Theresa raises fears over Badnell's Pit after Corby case

After the recent High Court ruling which found Corby Borough Council liable for allowing pregnant women to be exposed to toxic waste, Theresa May has raised further fears over the remediation of a former landfill site at Badnells Pit. Theres...

Concern over moves to weaken powers of local councils to control over-development

Theresa May has attacked proposed changes to planning rules, which will reduce the powers of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and Wokingham Borough Council to control out-of-town retail development. The changes come in the form o...

Theresa criticises confusion over swine flu treatment

Theresa May has criticised the Department of Health after it sent out misleading information about swine flu which listed St Marks Hospital as being in Slough not Maidenhead. The Health Secretary, Andy Burnham, sent the information to MPs det...

Theresa welcomes council action on Oldfield School

Theresa May has welcomed the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s announcement that it will be conducting a study into the feasibility of expanding Oldfield Primary School. The school is regularly over-subscribed meaning that many parent...

Theresa continues to campaign as nearly 7,000 people benefit from St Marks Minor Injuries Unit

Recently published figures show an increase in the number of people using St Marks Minor Injuries Unit in the past few months. The Unit opened in September on a temporary basis after a strong local campaign led by the Maidenhead Advertiser and ...

Theresa comments on government flooding plans

Theresa May has commented on the Government’s new consultation on flooding. Theresa said, “Maidenhead residents know all too well the damage that flooding can cause and I am pleased the Government is taking flooding risks more seriously. Howeve...

Theresa pledges support for local carers

Theresa May is backing this year’s Carers Week (8-14 June) in support of carers in the Maidenhead area, who are among the six million people in the UK who provide unpaid care for a loved one who is ill, frail or disabled. Theresa’s support c...

Nortel update

Theresa is continuing to press the Government and administrators Ernst and Young for a fair deal for ex-Nortel employees. Theresa said, “I am furious that more than 100 people made redundant from Nortel without consultation have still not se...