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Conor visits St Joseph's School, Alderney

Conor was delighted to visit St Joseph’s School in Alderney where he held a question and answer session with students and was then given a guided tour of the school.  

Conor meets with Talbot Village Residents Association

Conor attended a meeting of the Talbot Village Residents Association at St Mark’s Church Talbot Village where residents were very concerned about plans for the road closure of 60 weeks while a new building is erected at the Arts University Bournemouth. 

Conor meets Arts University Principal

Conor met with Stuart Bartholomew the Principal and Vice Chancellor of the Arts University Bournemouth where they discussed concerns raised by local residents concerning plans for road closures for a long period of time whilst a new building is erected. Stuart has announced that he is planning to

Conor visits Talbot Heath School

Conor visited Talbot Heath School where he addressed the school at the school assembly, held two question and answer sessions with junior students and sixth form students, visited a new building project which the school intend to open more widely for community use and was given a tour of the scho

Conor welcomes the Environment Secretary to Bournemouth

Conor welcomed the Secretary of State for Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, to a dinner he hosted for Bournemouth Business people. A lively question and answer session followed after the dinner and address given by the Secretary of State.  

Conor receives petition against Poole Bay oil rig

Conor met with a young resident from St Mark’s school and her mother who shared a petition she had put together concerning the proposed oil rig.  Conor has been very pro-active in his opposition to the rig in Poole Bay and has held meetings with Rt Hon Greg Clark MP the Secretary of State for Ene

Conor attends Police and Crime Commissioner selection

Conor attended the hustings to select the Conservative candidate for the 2019 elections for the position of Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner.  David Sidwick the chairman of Bournemouth West Conservative Association was overwhelmingly nominated as the candidate.