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Andrew George MP Visits St Ives Memory Cafe

Andrew George MP visited the St Ives Memory Cafe in Carbis Bay yesterday. The cafe, which is based in the Memorial Hall at Trencrom Lane, provides support and information for people with dementia and their carers. It is held every

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16th November 2010 Following receipt of Cornwall Council’s consultation on off street parking places, Andrew George, MP for the West Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Constituency of St Ives, has been asked to make a statement prior to a public

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Andrew George MP met up with Australian Parliamentarian Max Trenorden

Yesterday afternoon, local MP Andrew George met up with Australian Parliamentarian Max Trenorden in St Ives to discuss renewable energy projects, including the Wave Hub. The meeting was arranged by Ocean Power Technologies who are involved in the Wave Hub

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Wave Hub Project

Andrew George MP visited the Wave Hub project this week and met with the wave energy project’s Project director to discuss progress. The St Ives MP also raised the issues of marine safety and compensation for fishermen. The Wave Hub

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Andrew George’s Volunteer Action Team Listen to Voters in St Ives

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  • Well that’s one way to say goodbye to your colleague…. October 22, 2016
    Adam Clarke, the Scottish Party’s rugby playing Director of Communications left this week. We will miss him. Normally when you leave, you get a present and lots of kind words are said about you. That all happened with Adam, but his colleagues went one step further. They gave the Herald newspaper the rather fetching photograph […]
    Caron Lindsay
  • Canada-EU non-deal – dramatic collapse of the shining example for a post-Brexit future held up by the leavers October 22, 2016
    Embed from Getty Images Business Insider UK reports: Britain’s hopes of striking a post-Brexit free-trade deal with the European Union might have just been destroyed by a single regional government in Belgium. This came after Wallonia, part of Belgium, effectively voted to veto the Candaian-EU trade deal. Chrystia Freeland, Canada’s Minister of International Trade, said […]
    Paul Walter