Local News

Campaigning in Poole Town

A great effort from the Poole Conservatives Team this morning canvassing with Sir Robert Syms in Poole. There was a good reception on the doorstep and the message to Westminster being loud and clear: Get Brexit Done!

 

 

Campaigning in Penn Hill

A great canvassing session in Penn Hill with Sir Robert Syms MP for Poole and campaigners. There was strong support seen on the doorsteps for the Conservatives!

The Big Clean - Sandbanks Beach Clean

On Saturday 21st September, Poole Conservatives were involved with the South West Conservatives Big Clean programme by carrying out a beach clean at Sandbanks. Sir Robert Syms, MP for Poole, was joined by volunteers in their efforts to protect the local environment. 

Sir Robert meets alcohol care team at Poole Hospital

Sir Robert Syms, MP for Poole, recently visited the alcohol care and treatment services team at Poole Hospital and saw first-hand “the hard work the alcohol treatment team are doing to help people with their recovery from addiction”. The visit was organised by Graeme White, head of addiction services at the hospital, to discuss addiction challenges in the Poole area.

The RNLI UK Match Aid Appeal needs your help!

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution campaign 'End Global Drowning' aims to reduce mortality of under-5s in Bangladesh, where drowning is the leading killer of children. The Department for International Development has announced it recognises the campaign and will match pound for pound donations made by the UK public. Sir Robert Syms, MP for Poole: "I hope people give generously to this important appeal."

Poole Campaign Team

Poole Conservatives are excited that we have selected our prospective candidates for the upcoming local elections in May.  A great campaign team and great prospective candidates with long experience of delivery and new faces to the Poole Conservative Team. 

Big Decision for Parliament in January

Sir Robert Syms, Member of Parliament for Poole, spoke in the House of Commons debate on the Withdrawal Agreement last Wednesday, saying that with a heavy heart he would be voting against the deal, as he has concerns about the impact of the Northern Ireland backstop, and in particular on the lack of a time limit for its termination.