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On Wednesday 20 April, Kevan called in at a Heritage Lottery Fund North East Drop-in session at the House of Commons to hear more about funding in Co. Durham, including the recent £11 million grant for Beamish Museum.
On Friday 15 April, Kevan visited the Hermitage Academy in Chester-le-Street, where he met with the school Debating Society.
On Friday 15 April, Kevan called in at the Just for Women Centre on Front Street, Stanley.
Click the link below to see Kevan's latest newsletter, to find out more about his contributions in Parliament and his activities in the constituency.
On Tuesday 12 April, Kevan moved a series of amendments and spoke in the Committee stage of the Policing and Crime Bill.
Kevan's amendments look to improve the treatment of individuals detained under the Mental Health Act, and also make it mandatory for the Government to publish annual data on mental health assessments and outcomes relating to people sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
You can read Kevan's full contribution, and the rest of the debate, by clicking on the link below:
On 11 April, Kevan attended the launch at the Houses of Parliament of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's Living Memory project, which aims to encourage the public to find out more about the war dead buried in their own communities, at sites across the UK.
You can find out more at http://www.cwgc.org/about-us/cwgc-projects/living-memory.aspx
On Friday 8 April, Kevan visited Gravity Radio North East, where he appeared on the Mentally Sound radio show
On Friday 1 April, Kevan attended a Service Users in Action event organised by Mental Health North East at the Louisa Centre in Stanley, where he took part in a Question & Answer session.
On Friday 1 April, Kevan visited Altec, a mechanical and electrical engineering company based at Bowburn in Co. Durham, to see the work they do and hear more about their plans for the future.
On 23 March, one week before microchipping became compulsory in England, Scotland and Wales, Kevan attended a Dogs Trust awareness raising event at Westminster, where he met 'Dogcilla' and Lily.