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It is a great privilege and honour to represent the people of St Helens North in the House of Commons. As I said in my maiden speech I am determined to work hard for the constituency. I will fight every day for our community, championing jobs and investment, standing up for the most vulnerable, and always defending the interests of our area. I hold regular surgeries in the constituency. If you would like to attend further details can be found on the Contact page. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any issues of concern or any feedback you would like to share.
Conor met Fiona Ruddy to catch up on the latest news about Newton family and community centre. Over a cup of tea at Chouxchouxbedoo café on Newton High Street because the centre’s kitchen was being refurbished, the centre’s chair Fiona told Conor about plans to run a new dementia café. The centre also has a […]
Conor met Rainford Hub’s new chairman Nathan Blackburn to find out about the work it’s doing to help and promote businesses in the village. Since it was set up in 2014, the Hub has held meetings where local businesses can get together to exchange ideas and information. It has also invited along guest speakers like […]
Conor met worried residents of Seneley Green to discuss their concerns about plans by Merseytravel and Arriva to change local bus service. Locals packed out the Blue Bell pub on Rectory Road at the meeting set up by Conor and local ward councillors – Joe Pearson, Dennis McDonnell and Susan Murphy. The residents voiced […]
Conor has visited a scheme that is battling to make sure local children do not miss out on a daily hot meal over the summer holidays. A group of local churches are behind the Make Lunch St Helens project that aims to help parents who struggle to provide a hot meal for their children during […]
Conor McGinn has welcomed a grant of almost £500,000 to Heart of Glass that will help St Helens women learn about their past. The award from Arts Council England is part of a national scheme to stimulate ambition and excellence in the arts. Heart of Glass will use the £487,500 grant for a major two-year […]