Friday 17th May - Ivybridge Town Hall
Friday, 7 June – Harewood House, Plympton
Friday, 21 June – Ivybridge Town Hall
Friday, 28 June – Harewood House, Plympton
Friday, 12 July – Ivybridge Town Hall
Friday, 19 July – Harewood House, Plympton
Friday, 26 July – Ivybridge Town Hall
please call 01752 335666 for an appointment.
Medalist Elizabeth Haywood visits Westminster
Gary Streeter meets Stacey who designed this year's Christmas card.
Gary invites schools to take part in autism challenge
Gary Streeter MP, this week lent his support to the Atrial Fibrillation (AF) pledge
About Gary Streeter
Brief Personal History
Raised on a dairy farm in East Devon with his parents and five brothers.
Married his wife Jan.
Trained as a lawyer. Later joined a Plymouth-based law firm and specialised in company and employment law.
Started his involvement in Politics. He wished to make a contribution to the community.
Elected to Plymouth City Councilwhere he served for six years.
Elected Member of Parliament for Plymouth Sutton. Subsequently elevated to the whip's office.
Promoted to Minister in the Lord Chancellor's department.
Re-elected as MP for the new South West Devon constituency with a majority of 7,471.
Shadow secretary of state for International Development.
re-elected as MP for South West Devon with a majority of 7,144.
Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party
Shadow Minister in the International Affairs Department
Re-elected as MP for South West Devon with a majority of 10,141
Appointed a member of the Home Affairs Select Committee
Appointed Chairman of the Conservative Human Rights Commission. Gary resigned as chairman in March 2007 and remains on the commission.
Appointed Chairman of the Conservative Party International Office. Gary resigned as chairman in March 2008 to enable him to focus attention on a range of issues from the backbench.