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Please feel free to print this Newsletter and ask your local shops, churches, libraries to put it on their notice boards - if they haven't already!

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We thought it would be useful to share some additional contact information for people you may wish to contact in relation to your environmental and community issues in regards to the development of Barnfield playing fields.

Here are details of some of the key MPs you may also wish to contact either in writing to them c/o Westminster, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA or by email or phone to:

Prime Minister, Rt Hon David Cameron
Tel: 020 7219 3475

Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, The Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP
Tel: 020 7219 4428

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport,Rt Hon Maria Miller MP
Tel: 020 7219 5749

Norman Baker MP, , Liberal Democrat - Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Transport (Regional and Local Transport)
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Tel: 020 7219 2864 OR

Kelvin Hopkins MP, Luton North
Tel: 020 7219 6670 OR Constituency details: 3 Union Street, Luton, LU1 3AN
Tel: 01582 488208

Gavin Shuker MP, Luton South - whilst he covers Luton South we have pointed out that the adverse traffic conditions have an immediate impact on both Luton South and North. His political interests include transport policy.
Tel: 020 7219 1130
Constituency details: 3 Union Street, Luton, LU1 3AN
Tel: 01582 457774

Additional contact details for MPs can be found at

We're all aware that Prince Charles is an avid supporter of green spaces and over the years His Royal Highness has taken part in many different sports including racing, scuba diving and sailing, His private pursuits and interests are also varied including the welfare of young people and the disadvantaged, integrated healthcare and the environment - to which he devotes his public life.

In 1012, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, became Patron of The Queen Elizabeth II Fields, an initiative that aims to protect and create hundreds of playing fields for generations to come, in honour of sixty years of The Queen's reign. The launch of the challenge coincided with the London Olympics and the start of the "decade of sport" taking place in the United Kingdom. Run by the charity Fields in Trust, The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge is a UK-wide programme to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee and London Olympic and Paralympic Games, as well as the 2014 Commonwealth Games by permanently protecting 2,012 outdoor recreational spaces to commemorate the year, 2012.

To find out more, or nominate a playing field near you to be protected by Fields in Trust, visit their website: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Both have a keen interest in a variety of sports and were both Official Ambassadors for Team GB and Paralympic GB in the lead up to and during, the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Prince Harry is President of the School Games in which nearly 2,000 schoolchildren had the chance to compete in four main Olympic venues, before the start of the London Games.

HRH, The Prince of Wales, Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA
HRH, Prince Harry, Clarence House, London, SW1A 1BA
Or by going on to their website:


Please click on the link below and print this poster off to show that you have joined your community against this planning application by displaying it in your windows at home - and why not place one in your car as well!

Say NO to Barnfield Building Plans Poster