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‘Auntie Doll’ celebrates 100 years young

Local MP Sheryll Murray was pleased to join family at a celebration at Kingsand Community Centre for Doll Jago’s 100th Birthday.  Doll, who is a distant relation of Sheryll’s late husband Neil, was always known fondly to the family as ‘Auntie Doll’.
 

Local MP wishes new business hub every success

Local MP Sheryll Murray was pleased to visit new Saltash business Quickstore.  Sheryll met with Business Centre Manager Julie Mazzoni on Friday following an invitation to view the services on offer.

Local MP welcomes move of IPS ship to Devonport

Sheryll Murray MP has welcomed the news that the Navy’s newest Ice Patrol Ship (IPS) HMS Protector it is to be based at Devonport where many of her constituents work instead of Portsmouth where the HMS Endurance, Protector’s predecessor, was based.

New ‘inspired facilities’ for Torpoint

Sheryll Murray MP was pleased to be on hand to formally open the new facilities at Torpoint Sailing Club following a grant as part of the Olympic legacy.

Local MP quizzed by FSB

Local MP was quizzed by the Liskeard branch of the Federation of Small Business during a meeting on Wednesday at the Eliot House Hotel.

Sheryll Murray – backing Gas Safety Week

Local MP Sheryll Murray felt it important to back gas safety week making a video to support the cause.  Gas Safety week takes place between the 16th and 22nd September.  The Video has been shown at various events and has been uploaded to Youtube.

History brought to life at Hidden Heritage weekend

Local MP Sheryll Murray was interested to see some of the history of the Rame peninsula re-enacted and shown by the Hidden Heritage group last weekend.  The group had set up a series of displays and tours of the Whitsand Bay fort at what I now a camp site.  Sheryll was guided by group leader Paul Diamond.

Pensilva Awards at WI Horticultural Show

Local MP Sheryll Murray was Pleased to attend the Pensilva Women’s Institute Horticultural Show at the Millenium House in Pensilva and award the prizes.  The strongly contested competition featured over 80 classes for all age groups.

Mining – possible boost for Cornish economy

On Friday local MP Sheryll Murray put forward a Bill to the House of Commons to enable the UK to have better opportunities of harvesting minerals from the bottom of the sea.