In her latest Chad column, Gloria writes about the sad demise of bus services and why they are so important to areas like Ashfield.
According to the NHS, in Nottinghamshire just under 16% of adults admit to smoking. Getting them to quit or use an alternative is still a huge task for public health services. In this county alone, during 2015/2016, 8,600 people were admitted to hospital because of smoking-related illnesses. With the NHS already under strain, a reduction […]
Gloria writes a weekly column for the Ashfield Chad. Here is her entry from November 8 2017. For too long people have been complaining of boarded-up shops on our high streets, a lack of life in our town centres and the demise of the traditional English pub. Though there is still some way to go […]
Being homeless is terrible at any time, but when the cold, dark nights of winter draw in, it must be even worse. Two Kirkby musicians who volunteer for the homelessness charity Framework have done something amazing to help people sleeping rough in the Nottinghamshire area.
Gloria writes a weekly column for the Ashfield Chad; entry from 25 October 2017. NHS will find it tough during winter months
Gloria De Piero’s Chad Column focusing on cash for education and the local landlord licensing scheme in Ashfield
Gloria De Piero’s weekly Chad Column 4 October 2017
Tory cuts are wrecking our NHS and GCSE results in Ashfield
Gloria De Piero’s column for the Ashfield Chad in which she writes about a new crossing for the Robin Hood Line and families struggling during the summer holidays.
Gloria De Piero’s weekly column for the Ashfield Chad. This week she writes about Tory benefit cuts, unemployment figures and getting faster broadband in Ashfield.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she congratulates three firms based in Ashfield who have won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise as well as criticising the Tory deal with the DUP.
In her latest Chad Column, Gloria continues her fight for fairer pensions for ex-miners and criticises the Government over its public sector pay cap.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she criticises the Government’s Queen’s Speech, getting a new street sign to help direct ambulances and the next jobs fair.
In Gloria’s first Chad column since the General Election, she thanks the people from Ashfield and Eastwood for re-electing her as their MP.
Here is Gloria’s last Chad column before the General Election of June 8: I have been honoured that you have put your trust in me for the last seven years and allowed me to serve as the MP of Ashfield and Eastwood. I have always seen the people I represent as my boss, and it’s […]
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she comments on how the Government underfunding local councils is leaving residents to pick up the bills and updates readers on Selston post office news.
In her weekly Ashfield Chad column, Gloria helps a constituent resolve a complaint with the Inland Revenue and comments on unemployment in Ashfield.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she discusses fuel poverty in Ashfield and why Labour would put an end to it.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she tells readers she will vote to trigger article 50 and start the process of the UK leaving the EU and comments on the new Industrial Strategy.
In Gloria’s Chad column, she writes about the struggle hospitals are facing thanks to the Government’s mismanagement of the NHS.
In Gloria’s latest Ashfield Chad column she writes about road safety statistics in Ashfield, unadopted roads and the Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she writes about how the adult social care crisis is affecting people, the cost of children’s funerals and DBS check delays.
In Gloria’s Chad column she writes how Government cuts that disproportionately affect women result in rising child poverty.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she writes about a golf club’s plans to get disabled people into the sport and urges people to give blood.
In Gloria’s latest column for the Chad, she explain why we need to support our postal workers as they go on strike.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she writes about how Labour would help the WASPI women, Christmas dinner for lonely people in Kirkby and pot hole repairs.
In Gloria’s Chad column she writes about how current education policy is leaving disadvantaged children behind, MPs’ expenses and Selston post office.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she updates residents on issues raised at the Kirkby coffee morning and urges people to treat shopworkers with respect this Christmas.
In her Chad column this week Gloria writes about remembering those who died fighting for our country and cuts to community pharmacy funding.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she writes about the rise in homelessness, unpaid child maintenance and Nottingham in Parliament Day.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria says she respects Ashfield’s EU referendum vote and wants to know more about what people want from Brexit.
In her latest Chad column Gloria explains how she has been helping constituents who have encountered problems with the NHS.
In her latest Chad column Gloria helps constituents having problems with an energy company, benefits and student loan.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria speak about two issues that are important to parents – the Concentrix tax credit problem and school admissions.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria congratulates Ashfield’s Paralympians on their medal successes and intervenes to help two constituents.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria reviews the work she has done in her role as MP for Ashfield since she was re-elected in May 2015.
In her latest column for the Ashfield Chad, Gloria writes about why people are waiting longer for routine operations, a health eating project in Selston and fundraising for a mining museum in Mansfield.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria praises Selston swimmer Molly Renshaw for her Olympic efforts and discusses the new Post Office for Skegby.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria writes about the huge Jobs Fair that is coming to Kirkby next month.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria praises local maternity staff for picking up a prestigious award and thanks a retiring police sergeant.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria vows to fight to save Glenfield and again raises the death of Claire Martin in Parliament.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria explains how she helped two Sutton residents get back money they were owed from bill overpayments.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria reflects on Ashfield’s vote in the EU Referendum.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria explains why she is voting to remain in the EU in the biggest decision the country has made for a generation.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she congratulates Ashfield’s Olympians on being selected for Rio, wishes Kirkby Scouts good luck for their charity sleepover and opened a new funeral directors in Selston.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column she writes about traffic outside care homes, why tuition fees should not be raised and the Ashfield man helping refugees in Calais.
In her latest Chad column, Gloria urges readers to register to vote in the EU Referendum, congratulates a local business on an award win and questions the Tory austerity policy.
In Gloria’s latest Chad column, read how she helped overturn an unfair parking ticket, her views on the living wage and why NHS bursaries are vital.
In Gloria’s latest column she talks about applying for primary school places, helping a constituent with an unexpected bill and the cost of using your mobile abroad.
In Gloria’s latest column for the Ashfield Chad, she talks about how e-cigs will save lives, superfast broadband in Selston and her survey of businesses in Ashfield.