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Tynemouth MP Alan Campbell is urging Tynemouth residents to have their say on whether to continue the cumulative impact policy in Tynemouth Front Street.

In 2013/2014, the local MP worked alongside local residents and community groups to make sure the new council’s licensing policy included a cumulative impact policy for Front Street in Tynemouth.

The cumulative impact policy meant the council was able to put a restriction on further licensed premises and prevent longer opening hours in order to curb the impact on residents of the night-time economy. 

Now the policy is up for renewal and the council is consulting with residents on whether to extend it. 

Alan Campbell MP said ‘I believe that the cumulative impact policy has worked well and that it should remain in place.  However it is important that local residents have their say which is why I am urging anyone with a view to get involved.’

You can respond to the consultation direct at

https://my.northtyneside.gov.uk/category/185/have-your-say

Or you can send your views to campbellal@parliament.uk who will make sure the council gets them.

Have your say on Cumulative Impact Policy

Tynemouth MP Alan Campbell is urging Tynemouth residents to have their say on whether to continue the cumulative impact policy in Tynemouth Front Street. In 2013/2014, the local MP worked...

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To celebrate Armed Forces Day local MP Alan Campbell joined the 3rd Tynemouth (Ritson's Own) Scouts and Northumbria World War One Commemoration Project to place a blue plaque on the home of their founding Assistant Scout Master Fred Greenacre.

Alan Campbell said 'This event was particularly poignant with Sheila Parks placing the plaque of her great uncle two days before the centenary of his death in 1918.  It was an honour to be there as part of Armed Forces Day and I'd like to thank everyone involved.'

 

Armed Forces Day 2018

To celebrate Armed Forces Day local MP Alan Campbell joined the 3rd Tynemouth (Ritson's Own) Scouts and Northumbria World War One Commemoration Project to place a blue plaque on the...

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Local MP Alan Campbell today visited St Mary's RC Primary School in Cullercoats to see first hand work the pupils have been doing as part of the 'Send my Friend to School' campaign.

The campaign teaches the children about the 61 million children in the world who do not have access to a safe and strong education and as part of the project pupils have written letters and made posters about the importance of every child have the right to a safe school environment.

Alan said "I was impressed by the work the children have done in this important project.  I've taken their letters and posters and given them to the Prime Minister to make sure that their voices are heard."

 

Send my friend to school

Local MP Alan Campbell today visited St Mary's RC Primary School in Cullercoats to see first hand work the pupils have been doing as part of the 'Send my Friend...


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