Kirky Link Road put through its paces

Jo Swinson after she completed the 'Field fo Dreams' race

Jo ran Deafblind Scotland’s ‘Field of Dreams’ 10km race along the new Kirkintilloch Link Road this weekend.

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Keep app with Jo over the summer

Constituents in East Dunbartonshire can keep up with Jo’s work during Westminster’s summer recess by downloading a free new iPhone app called MyMP.

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Jo slams ‘unwanted and unnecessary’ Tesco appeal

Jo has urged the Scottish Government not to allow Tesco to expand its Milngavie store and is encouraging others to do the same.

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Local high tech industry leading the way

Jo has paid a visit to Thales’ Glasgow site to see the manufacture of cutting-edge optical equipment used by troops in Afghanistan.

Thales Graduate Jennifer Forrest with Jo Swinson MP and the SSARF surveillance camera

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Local charity brings green living to East Dunbartonshire

Jo has praised the work of a local charity which promotes sustainable living and self sufficiency through setting up community gardens.

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Jo begins summer tour 2010

Following the success of last year’s summer tour, Jo will be out and about in East Dunbartonshire next week listening to your views and taking up issues on your behalf.

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Volunteers make circle of friends in Milngavie

This week Jo paid a visit to Friendship Circle in Milngavie, to see how volunteers are bringing older people together.

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Lottery funding to help local kids get active

Jo has welcomed the news that Auchinairn Primary School in Bishopbriggs and Reality Adventure Works in Kirkintilloch will be receiving £1,900 of lottery funding for outdoor activities.

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Now Council must pay CALA’s legal costs

Jo has described as “outrageous” the Scottish Government Reporter’s decision to require East Dunbartonshire to pay some of CALA’s costs for the Kilmardinny appeal.

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Milngavie girls’ fundraising success

Jo has congratulated four local girls for jointly raising enough money to sponsor the education of two children in Swaziland.

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