Peter Aldous asks the Prime Minister to put in place specific support for theatres such as the Marina and Seagull theatres in Lowestoft and the Fisher theatre in Bungay as theatres are really struggling as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions.
Peter Aldous asks the Government to support colleges such as East Coast College as they face the challenge of supporting 16 to 19-year-old students whose courses have been badly disrupted and also for a funding review to help specific cash-flow difficulties.
Peter Aldous calls on the Government ensure the right financial support is in place to increase food and drink processing capacity so that the UK can take advantage of the significant opportunities to increase British agricultural exports.
Speaking in a debate on the reopening of zoos, Peter Aldous praises the conservation work of Africa Alive! in Kessingland and calls on the Government to look again at support for zoos, many of which are charities and cannot access the fund as presently set up.
Peter Aldous calls on the Prime Minister to ensure the Government addresses peoples’ concerns about reopening primary schools, in particular about possibility of a significant threat of the virus both in the classroom and at the school gate.
Following the Government statement on workplace safety after the lifting of lockdown, Peter Aldous calls for the gradual reopening of holiday parks, campsites and self-catering accommodation which are well-suited to workplace safety arrangements and could boost the local economy and provide people the opportunity of a holiday in the UK.
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