26 APR 2013

Stoke Lodge School invite Jack to plant a tree for Earth Day

Jack joined pupils and local Boeing staff at Stoke Lodge School to celebrate Earth Day. As part of their annual support for Earth Day, Boeing work with the Earth Restoration Service and school children to plant saplings and discuss the importance of protecting their environment both locally and globally.

A large team of very enthusiastic children, parents, helpers and teachers worked hard along with the Boeing staff to plant over 200 trees. Jack said, 'I am delighted to have been invited to plant help plant these trees at Stoke Lodge School – it's the first tree I've ever planted and I hope I'll be invited back regularly to see how much it has grown. This is a unique opportunity for the children to be fully involved in understanding how they can care for our environment and see how their own environment and ecology changes as a direct result of their work.

Back to all posts

Latest News

13 APR 2017

Jack welcomes Chris Grayling to discuss transport improvements

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling visited Filton and Severn Beach today and gave his backing to MP...

24 MAR 2017

Visit to Hitachi Train Depot in Stoke Gifford

Last week Jack was given a tour, along with local councillors and members of the Department of...

03 MAR 2017

Great Western Air Ambulance Charity

Jack Lopresti MP today visited Great Western Air Ambulance Charity to discuss the progress they have...


Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Daesh (13 Mar 2017)
Jack Lopresti: Will my right hon. Friend reassure the House that we are doing everything possible to help local indigenous forces on the ground with the liberation of Mosul and the defeat of Daesh, not only in relation to equipment and ammunition, but with regard to access to medical care, protective equipment such as helmets and body armour, and getting the right supplies and expertise for their wounded?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Leaving the EU: Farming (2 Mar 2017)
Jack Lopresti: Does the Secretary of State share my view that the need to accommodate the views of 28 different countries has led to the common agricultural policy becoming overtly bureaucratic in a way that has harmed the interests of British farmers?