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Sports Minister visits Football Club

Sports Minister Helen Grant and Prospective Conservative MP Maggie Throup visited Long Eaton United FC to find out how a recent Sport England grant had helped to transform the club.

Environment Secretary Visits Canal Project

Environment Secretary Liz Truss joined Erewash Conservative Prospective MP, Maggie Throup, to meet members of the Derby and Sandiacre Canal Society who have been bidding for funds to restore part of the canal and the link with the Erewash Canal in Sandiacre.

‘Where’s Our Station?’ Ask Local Campaigners

Sunday 14th December 2014 was the day the first train in over 40 years was planned to stop for passengers at the new, publicly funded, Ilkeston Station. To mark the occasion, Prospective MP for Erewash, Maggie Throup; together with Jessica Lee MP and 

Surprise Visitor for Ilkeston

Last week saw a surprise visitor to Erewash when Boris Johnson, Mayor of London came to town. He accompanied Prospective MP Maggie Throup, visiting numerous shops, a café and a pub.

More New Funding for NHS in Erewash

Erewash Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is set to receive an additional £4.6 million in new funding, after the Chancellor announced in his Autumn Statement that the Conservative-led Government will be increasing the NHS budget by a further £2 billion next year.

‘Design a Christmas Card’ Winner announced

Maggie Throup, Prospective MP for Erewash has announced the winner of her ‘design a Christmas Card’ competition 2014 which was open to children up to year 6 across the constituency.