NHS Parliamentary Awards Reception

Conor attended the NHS Parliamentary Awards Reception that celebrated the work of all NHS staff and gives members of the public the opportunity to nominate a member of staff in the NHS that has touched, changed or saved a life.

Conor Chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group for Snooker

As Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for snooker, Conor organises the committee to meet regularly in Parliament to hear from speakers working in snooker at all levels and discuss issues in the sport, as well as promoting snooker more widely both within Parliament and outside.

Conor attends the National Television Awards

Since Conor served on the Select Committee for Culture Media and Sport, he has continued to show a keen interest in the area and was privileged to be invited to the National Television Awards.

Listening to residents in Alderney

Conor is always keen to meet local residents to hear what their issues are on a national and local level. Recently out in Alderney, most people were keen to talk to him about Brexit and were keen to ensure that the Government delivered on the vote of the 2015 Referendum.

Conor meets with Professor John Vinney

Conor meets regularly with the Vice Chancellor of Bournemouth University Professor John Vinney to hear and discuss plans the university has both in their long and short term timeframes.

Conor meets with YMCA CEO to discuss helping those with addictions

Conor recently met with the Chief Executive Officer of Bournemouth YMCA, Dr Gareth Sherwood, to discuss the difficulties of treating some addictions as mental health issues in order to get the best help possible for addicts and assisting those trying to help them.

Conor visits Quay School

Conor visited Quay School recently where he was given a tour of the school by a member of staff and then chatted with the head teacher Mr Russell Arnold, as well as other members of staff.

Conor attends meeting on tackling homelessness

Conor recently met with a number of local people at St Peter’s Church to discuss homelessness in the town.  This forms part of a PhD that the rector the Rev Dr Ian Terry is undertaking.