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Traveller Camp at The Tumps

On Friday, Jack Lopresti MP went to The Tumps in Patchway to view the damage caused by the traveller camp. Thankfully they have now moved on but the damage will have to be paid for and Jack would like to work towards a solution that avoids a repeat of recent events.

Jack meets with Stoke Gifford Councillors about Traveller Camps

On Friday morning, Jack Lopresti MP met with Cllr. Ernie Brown, Cllr. Brian Allinson and Cllr. Keith Cranney of Stoke Gifford ward to discuss the recent incidents regarding illegal traveller camps at Forty Acres that resulted in £3800 of damage.

Jack visits Brooks Community Cafe

Last week Jack visited the Brooks Café at Coniston Community Centre in Patchway for breakfast before a day of constituency visits and surgery appointments.

Jack to Run Half Marathons for CLIC Sargent

Over the next month, Jack will be fundraising for the teenage cancer charity CLIC Sargent, as he sets out to run the Severn Bridge Half Marathon on the August bank holiday weekend and the Great Bristol Half Marathon in September.

Letter to Cllr. Hunt RE Winterbourne Bypass

Earlier this week I sent a letter to Councillor Colin Hunt, Executive Member for Planning Transport and Strategic Environment at South Gloucestershire Council, asking him to start an application for central government funding to build a Winterbourne bypass.

Jack's visit to Compass Project at Staple Hill

Last week Jack visited the Compass Project in Staple Hill to get some furniture for his office and to catch up on the work that this amazing social action programme has been doing in our community.

Jack Welcomes Three Schools to Parliament

Jack always enjoys welcoming constituents to Westminster and being able to show them a bit more about the work he does in Parliament, so he was pleased to hear that the Parliament Education Service was hosting three schools from Filton and Bradley Stoke last Tuesday.

Jack attends Frenchay Flower Show

Over the weekend Jack was at the Frenchay Flower Show helping to give out prizes along with West of England Mayor Tim Bowles. This year was the 74th show and the event is now a firm tradition amongst the local community.