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[25 Mar 2015]
MP helps local Parkinson’s UK branch celebrate its 25th birthday

On Saturday 21 March, Banbury MP Sir Tony Baldry visited the local Parkinson’s UK branch to help celebrate its 25th birthday.

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[25 Mar 2015]
Removal van comes to Westminster

Since announcing his decision to stand down at the forthcoming General Election, North Oxfordshire MP Sir Tony Baldry has gradually been clearing out his Parliamentary office.

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[22 Mar 2015]
Sir Tony’s last public duty

On Sunday, North Oxfordshire MP Sir Tony Baldry carried out his last public duty in Banbury prior to Parliament dissolving at the end of the month. Sir Tony will cease to be an MP at dissolution.

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[20 Mar 2015]
Sir Tony supports Bloxham School Young Enterprise team

On Friday 20 March, North Oxfordshire MP visited Bloxham School where he met with the ‘Re Hide’ Young Enterprise Team.

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[9 Mar 2015]
Sir Tony holds final constituency surgeries

Over the weekend, Sir Tony Baldry, who is standing down and the coming General Election, held his last constituency ‚Äúsurgeries” at Banbury Town Hall and The Garth in Bicester.

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[6 Mar 2015]
Banbury Guardian: Work starts on new centre for Frank Wise students

Work on a new £2 million building for the Frank Wise School has started following a ground-breaking ceremony.

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[4 Mar 2015]
Baldry hosts UK Friends of St George’s, Jerusalem event

On Wednesday 4 March, Second Church Estates Commissioner the Rt. Hon. Canon Sir Tony Baldry MP hosted a sandwich lunch event for the UK Friends of St George’s, Jerusalem.

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[27 Feb 2015]
Sir Tony closes constituency office

In anticipation of my ceasing to be Member of Parliament for North Oxfordshire when Parliament is dissolved on Monday 30 March, I have now closed my constituency office in Alexandra House, Church Passage, Banbury.

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[24 Feb 2015]
Bicester MP welcomes Bellway’s contribution to superfast broadband for the Kingsmere development

E. F. Ayres, the Chief Executive of Bellway Homes, has confirmed to Bicester MP Sir Tony Baldry that Bellway Homes will contribute their share of the funding to secure Superfast Broadband at the Kingsmere Development which will enable the Bellway Homes properties on the Kingsmere Estate to be able to access Superfast Broadband.

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[1 Feb 2015]
Sir Tony attends celebration of the restoration of Somerton Church

On Sunday 1 February, Second Church Estates Commissioner the Rt. Hon. Canon Sir Tony Baldry MP attended a celebration of the restoration of the Grade I Listed Church of St James the Apostle Somerton & the Fermor Chapel.