Supporting tennis in Stocksbridge
Angela is always keen to support local sports clubs, such as the Stocksbridge tennis club seen here with former Sports Minsiter Gerry Sutchliffe MP
Making a point
Angela makes a point during a speech to health professionals
Launching a new bus service
Buses are vital for semi rural areas such as Penisotne and Stocksbridge so Angela was delighted to help launch a new bus service to Stocksbridge with local town Councillor Paul Jagger
Helping an archaeological dig in Stocksbridge
Angela helps locals in Stocksbridge dig into their history on the site of a 16th century house.
Penistone a hidden gem. Seen here is the striking railway viaduct built by Sir John Fowler in 1850 as part of the old Penistone to Manchester railway.
Angela is keen support all forms of wildlife from badgers to birds to foxes. She can be seen here with Nigal Dore of the Wildlife Trust
Rewards for youngsters
As a reward for tidying up the area Angela presented youngsters with free tickets t watch her favourite team, Sheffield Wednesday of course!
Campaigning against Police cuts
Angela is keen to protect Police numbers in South Yorkshire so she recently took part in USDAWS campaign against the government’s cuts to the police.
Celebrating with the Owls
As a keen Owls supporter Angela was honoured to be invited to their recent reception to celebrate promotion. She can be seen here holding the Runner Ups cup with Striker Chris O’Grady
Supporting local business
An important role for any MP is supporting jobs and local businesses. Angela is always keen to visit local businesses and can be seen here at a local steel recycling company
With Rock legend Brian May
angela recently worked with Brian May to postpone the Badger cull
Walking in the constituency
As a member of the ‘Ramblers’ Angela has always enjoyed walking and with much of Pensitone & Stocksbridge in the Peak National Park there are plenty of walks to enjoy
Visiting BAE and the Typhoon
As part of her Industry Parliamentary Trust Fellowship Angela rencently had a look round the factory building the UKs latest fighter the Typhoon
Welcome to my website
Welcome to my website, where you will find my latest news, brief biography, details how to contact
me and some other useful links and information. There is also some information about the constituency and local contact numbers that might be useful.
I am here for all my constituents, so if you have any queries or other concerns, please contact me or make an appointment to see me at one of my regular advice surgeries.
As the MP for Penistone & Stocksbridge, I am always looking for different ways to keep in touch with my constituents, so I hope you find this site useful and informative. The site is updated regularly, so please do come back often. If you live in Penistone and Stocksbridge and have a problem or wish to raise an issue please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.Best wishes
Member of Parliament Penistone & Stocksbridge
Latest from Angela
Thursday, 16 May 2013
It’s the economy, stupid ..... What Labour needs to learn from last week’s elections results and why the Party has an opportunity to steal a march on the Right
Last week saw UKIP upset the Tory apple cart and ever since we have seen Tory after Tory calling for a further shift to the Right. As I write, Tory MPs are clamouring for a debate and a vote in Parliament on whether or not to hold a referendum before 2015 on membership of the EU.
They’re clearly not listening to Ed. It’s true, you can’t out Farage, Farage. Why, though, this seemingly catastrophic loss of confidence in the political... Read More...
Friday, 19 April 2013
Westminster Hall Debate, Bus Services for the young, 17th April 2013
It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr Howarth, for what I believe is the first time. It is also a pleasure to respond to the contribution made by my hon.
Friend Fabian Hamilton. I noticed that on the Annunciato r screen he was down as the Member for Midlothian—I did not know that Midlothian was in Yorkshire and Humber, but we learn something every day. My hon. Friend Sarah Champion was eloquent in her... Read More...
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