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Please note that Justin Tomlinson is not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election

Justin Tomlinson MP

Swindon Advertiser Weekly Article

Two landmark dates this week have highlighted, in very different ways, the vital importance of small and medium-sized businesses to our economy. Having owned a small business in North Swindon myself for the past ten years, it’s something I’m passionate about. Wednesday marked the 100th day of the coalition government, a chance to look back at how well we’re steering the economy. Then Thursday saw the A-level results come out, a key event for thousands of young people in decidin...

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Justin Tomlinson Supports Stroke Association

Justin Tomlinson MP for North Swindon had his blood pressure tested at a Parliamentary Reception held by The Stroke Association in Westminster to highlight how monitoring blood pressure can help to prevent a stroke.The reception also provided an opportunity for the charity to highlight the fact that long term support for those that survive a stroke should be a key health issue under the newly formed Government. Justin Tomlinson MP, commented:“There is no doubt that blood pressure...

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Museum of Computing 1st Anniversary Event

Jeremy Holt, Founder & Justin Tomlinson MPJustin Tomlinson MP attended and spoke at the Museum of Computing, 1st Anniversary celebrations.The Museum of Computing is devoted to the history of computing and digital development. It was the first physical museum of it's kind in the UK dedicated to the history of computing.The Museum is not simply a repository of artefacts, but has active displays as well as providing a forum for the provision of lectures. There is a mixture of permanent...

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Swindon Volunteer Centre Visit

Volunteer Centre Swindon provides free guidance for anyone looking for volunteering opportunities, based at 1 John Street, Swindon. They also give free support and good practice advice to volunteer-involving organisations.Further information on the Volunteer Centre can be seen at: http://www.swindonvolunteers.org.ukJustin Tomlinson MP, "I was delighted to visit Volunteer Centre Swindon.  Their exceptional work in bringing together volunteers and organisations looking to volunteer ...

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Plan 500, Backing Young People

Rod Bluh, leader of Swindon Borough Council, Rikki Hunt, head of SSEP,Caroline Hallatt, head of corporate responsibility, Nationwide Building SocietyJustin Tomlinson Conservative MP North Swindonand Robert Buckland Conservative MP for South Swindon(Picture www.swindonweb.com)A new initiative aimed at helping young people realise their potential and improve their workplace skills was launched today.Plan 500 is looking for businesses that can offer work expe...

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Swindon Advertiser Weekly Article

football season is here, and like thousands of fellow Swindon Town fans, I think it’s great!Every since being a young boy, I find the summer drags while I wait for the football season to resume. First task is to get my hands on the new kit, and thanks to the excellent open day in Wharf Green, I have bought my new Swindon Town shirt nice and early. Next the fixture lists would be published, and you can spend time planning away trips and predicting forthcoming results (which always add up to...

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Swindon Advertiser Weekly Article

Recently I’ve been focussing a great deal on education issues in the town.Firstly, I have been pushing for greater local provision of post 16 education, ending the block on local schools from offering this. As a former councillor in Abbey Meads, I saw that young people from the local area faced a real challenge when it came to deciding where to go to study A-levels. They may have faced either a trip to Swindon College, New College (involving two bus journeys) or even head out of the area t...

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Justin Tomlinson MP, Children with Leukaemia Charity Electricity Pylon Meeting

Caroline Hampden-White, Children with Leaukaemia & Justin Tomlinson MP viewing anelectricity pylon immediately adjacent to family homes in Abbey Meads Justin Tomlinson MP, "Having met with the Children with Leukaemia charity who set out their concerns regarding electricity pylons, I was determined to help make a differemce.  I firstly agreed to support their national campaign, but I also offered to see how I could help locally in Swindon. I therefore arrang...

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