Caroline Flint

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Warmsworth_WI_130719.jpgCaroline Flint joined volunteers from the Warmsworth WI keeping out of the mid-day sun, at this year's Warmsworth Gala.

The MP checked out the coffee and cake before handing out prizes in the raffle.

Said Caroline: "Warmsworth Gala is always an absolute pleasure and the weather always seems to bless this event.  The WI produce wonderful refreshments and help to make this event the success it is."

Warmsworth Gala 2019

Caroline Flint joined volunteers from the Warmsworth WI keeping out of the mid-day sun, at this year's Warmsworth Gala. The MP checked out the coffee and cake before handing out... Read more

Alcolhol_partnership_group_close_up.jpgCaroline Flint has welcomed the launch of the Auckley, Blaxton, Branton and Finningley Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) this week.

The Don Valley MP spoke at the launch of the community initiative.

The partnership was introduced after concerns were raised with police about levels of nuisance behaviour in Auckley, Blaxton, Branton and Finnningley.  A residents' survey revealed that two thirds of respondents were concerned about alcohol related litter, young people under 18 drinking in public and hanging around shops asking people to buy drink for them.

Caroline backs Auckley, Blaxton, Branton & Finningley Community Alcohol Partnership

Caroline Flint has welcomed the launch of the Auckley, Blaxton, Branton and Finningley Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) this week. The Don Valley MP spoke at the launch of the community... Read more

Travis_new_trees.jpgTravis St Lawrence CE School have an answer to the heavy rain - soak it up!

They have installed "Soak it Up" installations to catch rain water, helping to reduce the impact of surface water.

And local MP Caroline Flint was on hand with pupils to inspect the work, including 240 assorted trees planted in the school grounds and to meet a few helpers on hand to get the job done - from Yorkshire Water and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.

 

Travis St Lawrence CE School Soak it up! (with a little help)

Travis St Lawrence CE School have an answer to the heavy rain - soak it up! They have installed "Soak it Up" installations to catch rain water, helping to reduce... Read more

Edlo_Gala_poster_winners.jpgCaroline Flint was on hand this year to support Edlington's Annual Gala; and hand out prizes for the children's poster competition.

Said Caroline: "Congratulations to Sarah Gleadon-Vickers and all the volunteers who made this event happen, which has gone well despite a late change of venue."

Edlington Gala 2019

Caroline Flint was on hand this year to support Edlington's Annual Gala; and hand out prizes for the children's poster competition. Said Caroline: "Congratulations to Sarah Gleadon-Vickers and all the... Read more

AF_Day_Mansion_House_steps290619.jpgCaroline Flint joined Rosie Winterton MP, Mayor Ros Jones and Civic Mayor Linda Curran and dignitaries to celebrate Armed Forces Day.

The MPs and the borough's Mayors watched the parade of veterans, Army Reservists and cadets march past the Mansion House, followed by an assembly in the Market Square.

 

Armed Forces Day 29 June

Caroline Flint joined Rosie Winterton MP, Mayor Ros Jones and Civic Mayor Linda Curran and dignitaries to celebrate Armed Forces Day. The MPs and the borough's Mayors watched the parade... Read more

Leigh__Caroline__Linda_and_Keri.jpgCaroline Flint and Civic Mayor Linda Curran joined Cllr Phil Cole and Edlington Town Mayor Keri Anderson to celebrate a £301,755 grant from the National Lottery Community Fund.

The MP and councillors were joining residents for the Edlington Great Get Together, organised by Aspiring2 at the Hill Top Centre, which included a performance by A Choired Taste, a new Edlington choir making their first public appearance.

Edlington Hill Top Centre gets £300,000 boost

Caroline Flint and Civic Mayor Linda Curran joined Cllr Phil Cole and Edlington Town Mayor Keri Anderson to celebrate a £301,755 grant from the National Lottery Community Fund. The MP... Read more

Let_to_LOTO190619.JPGDon Valley MP Caroline Flint has written to Jeremy Corbyn urging Labour to “remain a party of the whole nation” and to respect the outcome of the 2016 referendum.

26 Labour MPs, including several prominent Yorkshire MPs, have signed a joint letter.

Caroline says "Respect the outcome of the 2016 Referendum"

Don Valley MP Caroline Flint has written to Jeremy Corbyn urging Labour to “remain a party of the whole nation” and to respect the outcome of the 2016 referendum. 26... Read more

Don Valley MP Caroline Flint has urged Ministers to tackle antisocial behaviour by ensuring that bans and curfews are used alongside prosecutions.

The MP did so after one six week police operation against crime and antisocial behaviour in Doncaster led to 40 arrests.  Ms Flint has strongly supported more powers for the police and Doncaster council to tackle antisocial behaviour.

MP urges bans and curfews to stop ASB yobs

Don Valley MP Caroline Flint has urged Ministers to tackle antisocial behaviour by ensuring that bans and curfews are used alongside prosecutions. The MP did so after one six week... Read more

Caroline_Gary_and_Janet_-_clifton_alpacas.jpgCaroline Flint had a surprise encounter with some friendly alpacas at the Braithwell Church and Country Fair this week.

The Don Valley MP met Janet and Gary Brown, from Field View Farm, Clifton village, who rear a herd of alpacas, and sell socks made from the wool.

Caroline meets some friendly Alpacas - in Braithwell!

Caroline Flint had a surprise encounter with some friendly alpacas at the Braithwell Church and Country Fair this week. The Don Valley MP met Janet and Gary Brown, from Field... Read more

Hat_Woodhouse_PS_thumbs_up_040619.jpgCaroline Flint may have met a future Prime Minister this week, when she greeted keen visitors from Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School this week.

The Year 6 pupils learnt about democracy and government when they went down to London on 4 June and took a tour round the Houses of Parliament before meeting up with the Don Valley MP.

Pupils walk in the footsteps of the Suffragettes

Caroline Flint may have met a future Prime Minister this week, when she greeted keen visitors from Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School this week. The Year 6 pupils learnt about democracy... Read more

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