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Conor addresses Bournemouth West Conservatives Christmas Lunch

Members of Bournemouth West Conservative Association enjoyed a festive Christmas Lunch where they were entertained by Bournemouth School Choir who sang Christmas Carols and a few of their members formed a Barbershop Quartet who sang Christmas songs.  Conor spoke to members about the confusion ove

Brendoncare Christmas Concert

Conor was delighted to attend the Brendoncare’s Christmas Concert. Brendoncare’s mission is to care for older people with dignity and respect, providing care for life in care homes, and tackling social isolation through friendship and well-being clubs.

Conor drops in to the Kinson Community Fair

Conor called in at the Kinson Community Fair held at the Community Centre.  He met many constituents who were keen to talk to him about recent events in Parliament.

Conor joins Bournemouth Horticultural Society for Christmas Cheer

Conor enjoyed an evening with Bournemouth Horticultural Society at their Christmas Cheer Reception at the home of the Chair the Reverend Chris Colledge.  The society was formed in 1884 and is a voluntary group who encourages the residents of Bournemouth to maintain their gardens and to take care

Conor backs St Mungos' Everyone Deserves a Home for Good campaign

Conor attended the St Mungos’ Everyone Deserves a Home for Good event in Parliament recently.  St Mungos’ outreach teams go out each night to meet people who are homeless and to help them off the streets. The charity is one of the largest providers of outreach services in the country.

Conor backs improved access to medical technology

Conor has pledged to work with the Medical Technology Group to ensure that residents of Bournemouth West receive appropriate access to evidence based treatments at an event in Parliament. 

Conor supports "Ask Her To Stand"

Conor was delighted to meet Rachel Maidment and give his support to the "Ask Her To Stand" campaign.  

The event was organised to encourage more women to stand for election as MPs and to seek a 50/50 ratio in Parliament of men and women members.