Local MP Caroline Dinenage has reopened the revamped Nelson's Bar on Gosport High Street.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has welcomed the publication of a brand new "Can Do" guide for people planning community-led events.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has held a beneficial meeting with the Regional Director of First to discuss the recent changes to local bus services.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has made a landmark call for evidence, urging people who struggle with reading, writing and maths to come forward and contribute to the Business, Innovation & Skills Select Committee's forthcoming inquiry into adult literacy and numeracy.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage today joined staff and pupils at Bridgemary School to kick start work on a brand new third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch on the school site.
Local MP Caroline Dinenage joined campaigners in Parliament last week calling for more help for those struggling to keep warm this winter. "Cold Homes Week" was a series of events and activities focussing attention on those struggling to pay their fuel bills.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has praised the work of the Gosport Town Team during a debate in Westminster this week.
Local MP Caroline Dinenage was joined at the Daedalus site today by Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Vince Cable, to celebrate the topping out of a new Fareham College training facility for over 900 students on Automotive, Engineering and Manufacturing courses.
Gosport MP, Caroline Dinenage has written to the CEO of Network Rail, calling for better rail links from the South of England to London. The local MP has long championed better transport links for the region, and she urged them to look at ways by which they can cut the journey time between Portsmouth and London.
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage backed a motion in Parliament yesterday condemning rip-off charges that hit customers who don't pay their energy bills by direct debit. With companies charging upwards of £70, MPs have looked into the matter and found that many firms are using these charges as a stealth tax on hardworking families. Of 26 companies, a shocking 17 charged their customers different rates depending on how they pay their bills.