My main job is to represent the constituents of the area. My aim is to serve all my constituents, irrespective of your political views.
I hope you will find this website helpful in seeing what I do, and where I have been in the constituency, as well as my speeches in Westminster. Many of you may wish to get in contact with me on local or personal matters, and I hope this website will assist you in doing so. My website shows you how you can contact me by letter, e-mail, fax or telephone and also how to make an appointment to see me at my regular constituency surgeries.
Since my election as the Member of Parliament for Eddisbury in the by-election in July 1999 I have participated in debates and questions in the Commons, and raised many local issues. Living in the constituency, I am able to get around the towns, villages and rural areas that make up our constituency all the time. I am always on hand, except when I have to be in Westminster on your behalf, to attend local events and functions, meet as many of my constituents as is possible as well as holding my regular surgeries. You can be assured that I shall continue to work relentlessly for the people and interests of Eddisbury.
I hope you find the information on these pages useful.
Stephen O’Brien visits CC Electronics Europe in Winsford as part of their celebrations of 25 successful years in business
On Friday 26th April Stephen was delighted to visit CC Electronics in Winsford in his Eddisbury constituency. CC Electronics were established 25 years ago and have gone from strength to strength during that time. [read more]
Rt Hon Stephen O’Brien is delighted to welcome the Countryside Alliance North West Rural Butcher of the Year, Bunbury Butcher, R & F Burrows, to Westminster
On Wednesday 13th March the Countryside Alliance held their Annual Awards in Westminster. Rt Hon Stephen O’Brien MP, Member of Parliament for Eddisbury was delighted that two of his constituents were nominated for the national awards having being chosen as the Winners for the North West Region in their categories. [read more]
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I firmly believe that it is in the British character to try to help those whose lives are blighted by disease, poverty and violence. Red Nose Day, supported by Comic Relief, gives millions of people across the country the opportunity to do just that. [read more]
Stephen O’Brien is delighted to be appointed a member of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council
On 8th March 2013 Stephen O’Brien, Member of Parliament for Eddisbury was honoured to be appointed a member of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council. Stephen’s appointment was recommended by the Prime Minister and approved by HM The Queen in recognition of his role as the Prime Minister’s Envoy and the UK’s Special Representative to the Sahel and also as a tribute to his many years of loyal service as the Member of Parliament for Eddisbury both in opposition and in Government. [read more]
Stephen O’Brien cut the ribbon to open new state-of-the-art facilities in the former Chappell building, which has been converted into classrooms, a hall and a theatre, and linked to the adjacent High Street Primary via a glazed corridor. [read more]
Stephen O’Brien, MP for Eddisbury, visits Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers List Company Barlows in Malpas
On Friday 11th January Stephen was delighted to visit Barlows (UK) Ltd, based in Malpas in his Eddisbury constituency. Barlows were established in 1948 by Mr Thomas Barlow and have gone from strength to strength over the past 65 years. [read more]
St Luke’s Hospice in Winsford is a wonderful, warm and welcoming place and provides comfort and solace for those in need. Stephen O’Brien, Member of Parliament for Eddisbury, was delighted to demonstrate his ongoing support for the Hospice by purchasing Christmas Cards from St Luke’s. St Luke’s offers dignity and first-rate care to those with life-threatening illnesses and offers their families vital support. [read more]
Last Sunday in Bunbury Stephen was honoured to be asked to make a presentation to Royal British Legion member, 92 year old, John Walker. John was born in 1920 and served with The Durham Light Infantry 1939 to 1946 in 8th Army (and was wounded three times). Stephen presented Mr Walker with a Royal British Legion County Certificate of Merit. [read more]