Conor called in at Haydock Community and Sports Club to meet pensioners at their bi-weekly get together and bingo session.
Community activist Barbra Burgess organises the sessions to bring together local residents, PCSOs and ward councillors to give them the chance to meet and chat at the club in Ireland Road.
Around 30 to 40 people regularly turn up at the meetings to catch up with friends, talk about local issues, enjoy a game of bingo and raise cash for charity at the club which used to be called Haydock C&B.
After meeting the group, Conor said: “Events like this are so important to local communities.
“They provide an opportunity for residents to get together, enjoy a few hours in good company and if their luck is in win, a few prizes at the bingo.
“But, of course, none of this could happen without the dedication of volunteers like Barbra who gives her time to run the club and make sure everyone has a good time.
“And, Barbra is just one example of the many individuals right across the constituency whose efforts help shape the area we live in by bringing people together, providing things for residents to do and helping create that vital sense of community.”