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Subject: News Bulletin from Conor Burns MP #133
Date: 29 July 2015 17:42
To: news@greghands.com

Issue 133 - Wednesday 29th July 2015

In this edition:

Since the last edition, Conor has:

Conor's Diary
Photo news:
Bourne Academy Cycle
Lane

Joined staff and students at the opening of the Bourne


Academy Cycle Path.
Celebrated the success of graduating students at one of Arts
University Bournemouths graduation ceremonies.
Presented the final Stars Awards of the year to pupils at an
assembly at Heathlands Primary School.
Attended a showing of Joseph and His Technicolour
Dreamcoat by pupils from Talbot House School.
Learned more about the work done by hardworking NHS staff
at Poole Hospitals Open Day.
Met with Prime Minister David Cameron alongside other
Dorset MPs to outline the united opposition to the Navitus Bay
Wind Farm.
Spoken out against hate crime and homophobia alongside
Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill at the annual
Bourne Free festival.
Joined Bournemouth University Students Union President
Chloe Schendel-Wilson at an All-Party Parliamentary Group
on Students event in Westminster.
Visited Moordown St Johns School to meet with pupils who
had visited parliament.
Answered questions from pupils from Kingsleigh Primary
School during their visit to the House of Commons.
Sat on a panel answering questions posed by international
students at MLS International Language School.
Attended a meeting of the Dorset Leaders Growth Board.
Met with BUs John Vinney to be updated on the work of the
university.

Photo news:
Arts University
Bournemouth Graduation
Ceremony
Photo news:
Heathlands Primary School
"Stars Awards"
Photo news:
Talbot House School
perform 'Joseph'
Conor in the papers:
Dorset MPs take wind farm
fight to David Cameron
Photo news:
Poole Hospital Open Day
Photo news:
Bourne Free Festival
Photo news:
SUBU Presidents visits
Conor at Westminster
Photo news:
Alderney Orchard
Photo news:
MLS International College
Photo news:
Kingsleigh Primary School
visit the House of
Commons
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Photo news:

Bourne Academy Cycle Lane

Conor Burns with pupils and staff at the opening of the Bourne
Academy Cycle Lane.

Conor Burns with Bourne Academy principal Mark Avoth.

Photo news:

Arts University Bournemouth Graduation


Ceremony

Conor Burns with Principal and Vice Chancellor Professor Stuart


Bartholomew and Chancellor Professor Sir Christopher Frayling
at the Arts University Bournemouth graduation ceremony.

Photo news:

Heathlands Primary School "Stars Awards"

Conor Burns presenting Stars Awards at an assembly at


Heathlands Primary School. Star awards are awarded to children
who always have the correct uniform and PE Kit, read regularly at
home, have attendance above 98%, are never late, and who
always complete their home learning.

Photo news:

Talbot House School perform 'Joseph'

Conor Burns with pupils from Talbot House School prior to a


showing of their production of Joseph and His Technicolour
Dreamcoat.

Conor in the papers:

Dorset MPs take wind farm fight to David


Cameron
Melanie Vass, Bournemouth Echo
Saturday 11th July 2015

Conor Burns with fellow Dorset MPs Richard Drax (South


Dorset), Chris Chope (Christchurch), Tobias Ellwood
(Bournemouth East) and Michael Tomlinson (Mid Dorset & North
Poole) at the door to No. 10 prior to a meeting with the Prime
Minister regarding Navitus Bay.
Five Dorset MPs took their anti
wind farm arguments straight to
the top and put their case directly to Prime Minister David Cameron.
Bournemouth's two MPs Conor Burns and Tobias Ellwood,
Christchurch MP Christopher Chope, South Dorset MP Richard Drax
and the new Mid Dorset and North Poole MP Michael Tomlinson had a
25 minute meeting with the Prime Minister.
Afterwards, Mr Burns said he was confident they had made the most
of their last real chance to try and make their collective voice heard
before a decision is made on the controversial wind farm application in
September.
Mr Burns said: "Obviously the Prime Minister started the meeting by
saying he could listen to us but couldn't really respond because any
decision could be subject to judicial review.
"But we were able to make a number of points to him, mainly about
the potential impact on tourism, about the economic impact on jobs
and the fact that we told the developer at the beginning that providing
there was very little visual impact we would not oppose it but they
have chosen a development closer to shore and with a high visual
impact."
He said they also stressed that the level of public objections to the
Navitus proposal was higher than for any other offshore wind farm that
had gone through and that they believed the Government could meet
its renewable offshore target without Navitus.
"We were keen to point out that we had all stood at the last election on
platforms of opposition to this and we were looking to him to help us
fulfil those promises," he said.
"He was very receptive, he very much understood the points we were
making."
The Daily Echo's acting editor, Andy Martin, quizzed Mr Cameron on a
visit to Lytchett during the election campaign in April.

Photo news:

Poole Hospital Open Day

Conor Burns learning more about the work of Poole Hospital at


its Open Day.

Photo news:

Bourne Free Festival

Conor with PCC Martyn Underhill and the Mayor and Mayoress,
John and Suzi Adams, at the Bourne Free festival.

Photo news:

SUBU Presidents visits Conor at


Westminster

Conor with SUBU President Chloe Schendel Wilson at a recent


APPG Students event in Westminster.

Photo news:

Alderney Orchard

Conor Burns at the Alderney Orchard Play Area.

Conor Burns at the Alderney Orchard Community Garden.

Photo news:

MLS International College

Conor with other panellists answering students questions at


MLS International College.

Photo news:

Kingsleigh Primary School visit the House


of Commons

Conor Burns with pupils from Kingsleigh Primary School after a


Q&A session in Westminster.

Three ways to contact Conor Burns MP:


By Phone: 01202 534 888
By email: mail@conorburns.com
By post: Conor Burns MP
House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA

www.conorburns.com

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