10 MAY 2012

Dr Dan supports launch of Worlingworth's first history book

Dr Dan speaks at the launch of WorlingworthDan was recently delighted to show his support for the launch of Worlingworth's first history book, ‘Worlingworth – Past and Present’, by Rosemary Ingate and Geoff Robinson at the Community Centre. The book charts the history of Worlingworth, containing images from 1870 to the present day, and highlights the strong agricultural base that underpins many of our rural communities in Suffolk.

It was a real pleasure for Dan to see so many young people taking a keen interest in the Village Record and photos of their grandparents and great-grandparents that were on display at the launch. Our rural communities form a vital part of our heritage in Suffolk, and Dan now proudly has a copy of this book both at his home in Suffolk and in his Parliamentary office to inspire his work as your local MP and to remind colleagues in London that good government is also about looking after our countryside and rural areas in Suffolk like Worlingworth.

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Daniel Poulter: I thank my hon. Friend’s welcome news on capping rail fares, but does he not also agree that it is difficult for customers to disaggregate the cost of the fare—those in Ipswich are very high per mile by national standards—from reliability and speed of service? Despite the cost of tickets from Ipswich, reliability and speed of service have not improved over the years....

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