Bill Cash speaks out on planning reforms - Daily Telegraph

Bill Cash MP on the Government's planning reforms in the Telegraph: "The Government must give councils breathing space to put new plans in place to avoid planning by appeal and a default “yes” to development. It must also table amendments in the Report stage, before the Localism Bill returns to the Commons for a final vote. The crunch is now, but it is still not too late."

Dinner at Sandon Hall

The Stone Association is delighted to announce that its annual Dinner will be held at the prestigious venue of Sandon Hall, Staffordshire on Friday 30th September 2011, 7.30 for 8.00pm. For tickets please contact the Stone Office on 01785 811000 or email on Cheques payable to 'SCCA'

Walton elections

John O’Leary will be the Conservative Candidate to represent Walton on the Borough Council and Jacki Hampson will be the Conservative Candidate to represent Walton on Stone Town Council.

'It's the EU, Stupid'

On Monday 5 September, Bill Cash published a pamphlet called “It’s the EU, Stupid”. This was launched at a European reform debate in Westminster Hall (Grand Committee Room) between leading Eurosceptics and Europhiles.

Sponsored Swimathon

Charity swimathon by John Prendergast MBE and his wife Carole, raising money for Staffordshire and District Riding for the Disabled and the Stone Conservative Association. 

Bill Cash opposes gypsy pitch in Gnosall

"On behalf of my constituents I am gravely concerned and have objected to the planning application for the use of land at Radmore Lane in Gnosall for the stationing of caravans for a gypsy pitch"... 

A Conservative Future branch for Stone!

Stone Association's launch of its branch of Conservative Future has unfortunately had to be delayed and will not take place on Thursday 1st September 2011 as planned.  We apologise for this but hope to re-arrange very soon so watch the website for further news. 

Bill Cash meets Cystic Fibrosis campaigners

Bill Cash MP meets Jo Hughes, Chris Hall and Emily Ensor  who are campaining for better quality of care for Cystic Fibrosis patients at UHNS in the form of a dedicated Cystic Fibrosis Unit. 

Tabletop Sale in Stone

Stone Branch held a Tabletop Sale on a busy Farmers Market Day in order to raise funds for the Association. Pictured in the first photo are Hazel Moulson, Cllr Margaret Goodall, and Cllr Sue Shaw in the background.  Many thanks to other Stone members who joined us on Saturday August 6th to help. You can also see Rebecca Davis, Deputy Chairman Conserative Future with Sarah Ralphs, Stone Association Member promoting the Conservative Future Launch.