Jack Lopresti


Jack Lopresti was elected as Conservative MP for Filton & Bradley Stoke on May 7th 2015 with 22920 votes, taking 46.7% of the vote.

Jack was born in Southmead Hospital in 1969, and has lived and worked in the Bristol area all his life.

He is married to Lucy, and they live in Filton with their three children.

On leaving school, Jack worked in his family ice cream and catering business locally for over ten years.

Post 1997, he worked in the financial services and residential property sectors, as a consultant and manager. He trained, and ran an office, in the Bradley Stoke and Stoke Gifford area.

Jack's other interests include Military and Political History. He is a member of the International Churchill Society and the General George Patton Historical Society.

He served in the 266 Battery, Royal Artillery (Gloucester Volunteer Artillery) as a gunner.

Jack served with the 29 Commando for a year which culminated in a 5 months tour in Afghanistan over Christmas and New Year.

Jack has also taken part in the Bristol Half Marathon running on behalf of several charities including Barnardos, the Julian Trust and The Army Benevolent Fund. Whilst in Afghanistan, Jack ran the Camp Bastion Half Marathon for Help the Heroes on New Years Day.

Jack was chosen by local party members to be the Prospective MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke in the summer of 2006.

Jack has been a member of the Conservative Party in Bristol for more than 20 years. He represented the Stockwood Ward on Bristol City Council from 1999 to 2007.

Jack was the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Bristol East in 2001, and also stood for the South West Region at the European Parliament elections in 2004. Jack was first selected as the MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke in May 2010.


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Constituency Address

Unit 2B, First Floor East, The Willowbrook Centre, Savages Wood Road, Bradley Stoke, BS32 8BS

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Constituency Tel

01454 617 783

Date of Birth

23 August 1969





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Westminster Address

House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Westminster Tel

020 7219 7070

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