Adam Holloway: down and out in St Paul's and Covent Garden

We are delighted to be welcoming Adam Holloway to the Malt Shovel in Dartford on 12th July.  Adam has been the MP for our neighbours in Gravesham since 2005.

At the age of 18, Adam spent a 'gap year' in Afghanistan with the resistance to the Soviets.  After university, he attended the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst before being commissioned into the Grenadier Guards with the rank of captain in 1987.  Adam served on the Rhine and in the Gulf War before leaving the Army in 1991.  He became an investigative journalist and produced an award-winning documentary, 'No Fixed Abode' for ITV's World In Action, in which he spent three months living homeless on the streets of London.

During his time in Parliament, Adam has served on the Defence Select Committee, Public Administration Select Committee and as a Parliamentary Private Secretary.

He has taken a strong interest in Britain's policy in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and supported Britain leaving the European Union.

In February 2018, Adam spent another week living rough on the streets of London for ITV's Tonight programme and will be discussing the subject of homelessness when he comes to Dartford.

The event includes a buffet dinner and dessert and starts at 7:30pm.  The Malt Shovel is on Darenth Road in Dartford.

Tickets cost £16 per person (£18 for non-members).  Young Conservative members below the age of 25 pay £12 per person - PayPal purchases incur an additional charge.

To book tickets (and for information), please contact, phone 01322 220704 or purchase through PayPal.