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On Saturday 4 July, Kevan called in at the Sacriston Heritage Day at Fyndoune School. He is pictured below with Bill Gray at the First World War display.
On Saturday 4 July, Kevan called in at the Great Lumley Festival, where he bumped into Shirley Smith, from If U Care Share:
On Friday 3 July, Kevan called in at Tesco's Chester-Le-Street store to show his support for their National Food Collection, which is run in conjunction with the Trussell Trust and FareShare.
On Friday 19 June, Kevan visited his constituent Jim Brown, a veteran of the Arctic Convoys to present him with his Ushakof Medal, awarded by the Russian Federation in recognition of his wartime service.
On 17 June, Kevan met with constituents Kevin & Kathleen Haigh and Maureen Duffy when they attended a Climate Change Rally at Westminster.
Kevan Jones, MP for North Durham has called for better mental health services in the North East at an event organised by the mental health charity Mind last week. Kevan met with local campaigners and representatives from Middlesbrough Mind and Tyneside Mind to hear the experiences of people living with mental health problems in the North East.
Kevan Jones said: “I was pleased to attend the recent Mind event in Parliament, and to hear from local mental health campaigners. Mental health problems affect a huge number of people and it is vital that we continue to strive to improve mental health services.”
On Saturday 30 May, Kevan called in at the Fulforth Centre, where the Sacriston Ladies Club was hosting a coffee morning in aid of the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund.
On Saturday 9 May, Kevan attended the memorial service for Frank Atkinson held in the church at Beamish Museum. Frank Atkinson, who died in December last year was the creator and first Director of the museum.
On Friday 20 March, Kevan joined local Councillors, Durham County Council Chairman, John Robinson, and others at the unveiling of the new Pelton Plinth, which has been installed outside the Lavender Centre in the village.
The Plinth, which was designed by local historian Dorothy Rand and created by local sculptor Russ Coleman, celebrates the history of Pelton, and is inscribed with words and images connected with the village's heritage.
On Friday 20 March, Kevan visited Greenland Primary School at South Moor, with Councillor Carole Hampson, meeting with Headteacher, Mark Stewart. The visit gave Kevan an opportunity to see the new building for the first time since it was officially opened last year.