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Michael visits local sports club

Michael recently visited Dexter Sports club, to hear about the club and their plans for the future. He chatted to the club's chairman, and volunteers.

Michael speaks at Holocaust Memorial Service

Michael was honoured to be asked to share some thoughts about his visit to Yad Vashem at the recent Holocaust Memorial service in Wimborne Minster. Yad Vashem is the Yad Vashem is the official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Israel.

Michael meets a Womble!

Michael recently bumped into a Womble in Parliament. The Womble was there to raise awareness of the Great British Spring Clean which happens later in the year. 

Michael meets Sarcoma UK

Michael was asked to go and meet Sarcoma UK to hear about their work supporting people affected by sarcoma cancer. Michael welcomed Sarcoma UK’s latest report, The Loneliest Cancer, which provides a frank look at the current provision for sarcoma care in the UK.

Michael meets Agincare

Michael was pleased to be able to meet with Agincare, who provide live-in care, home care and care homes to many residents in Dorset.

Michael supports Broadstone events

Michael was delighted to be able to attend several events in Broadstone this weekend. He popped in to the Cancer Research UK soup & roll fundraiser in the morning, and then visited the Broadstone Art Society Winter Exhibition at Upton Country Park.

Open Doors World Watch List Launch

Michael was pleased to be able to attend the launch of the Open Doors World Watch List for 2020. He was encouraged by the fact that the Prime Minister's special envoy for Freedom of Religion or Belief also attending, signifying how important this issue is to the government. 

Michael visits Pop in Place

Michael was delighted to attend the Bere Regis Pop in Place on Monday before heading up to London for the start of the new Parliament. He attended with local Dorset councillors Peter Wharf and Laura Miller.

December News 2019

In only a week there will be the first election in December since 1923. I voted for the election, as it was clear that Parliament was deadlocked on Brexit, and no progress was being made. If I am re-elected, I will continue to honour the result of the referendum.