Caroline Nokes

Biography

Caroline Nokes was elected as Conservative MP for Romsey and Southampton North on May 6th 2010 with a majority of 4,156.

Caroline Nokes first contested the Romsey Parliamentary Constituency in 2005, narrowly failing to gain the seat by just 125 votes. She was immediately reselected to fight the Romsey and Southampton North seat.

Caroline is a member of Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt's backbench support team, having previously served for 10 years as the Executive Member for Leisure on Test Valley Borough Council. She also sits on the Environmental Audit Committee.

She lives in West Wellow, the village where she grew up, with her husband Marc, daughter Tabitha, 2 dogs, 1 cat and 6 free range organic pigs.

Caroline was educated at Thornegate School Wellow, Romsey Abbey Primary School, Romsey School, La Sagesse Convent in Romsey and then Peter Symonds' College, Winchester. She studied politics at the University of Sussex from 1991-4.

Caroline remains a member of Test Valley Borough Council, for the Romsey Extra ward, however since her election to Parliament she has taken no expenses / allowances in relation to that role.

Constituency

Romsey and Southampton North

Twitter

twitter.com/carolinenokes

Constituency Address

Room 4, 13 Market Place, Romsey, SO51 8NA

Constituency Tel

01794 521155

Date of Birth

26/06/1972

Email

caroline.nokes.mp@parliament.uk; caroline@romseyconservatives.co.uk

Party

Conservative

Personal Website

http://romsey.conservativesintouch.com/

Westminster Address

House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Westminster Tel

020 7219 7218