Member of Parliament for Bournemouth East
Tobias Ellwood is the Member of Parliament for Bournemouth East. Tobias was born in New York, USA in 1966. He completed his first degree at Loughborough University and then spent five years in the British Army with the Royal Green Jackets before completing an MBA. Tobias then moved to the London Stock Exchange where he was a Senior Business Development Manager. He was first elected as the MP for Bournemouth East in 2005. He lives in Holdenhurst Village with his wife, Hannah, a solicitor, and their sons Alex, who was born in October 2008, and Oscar, born in December 2013.
It is Tobias' priority to raise the profile of Bournemouth on Britain's map. He has set out an ambitious master strategy called Cornurbation 2050 for the town to achieve by 2050, which is attracting significant public sector investment. To be added to the mailing list for this please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tobias piloted one of the Conservatives' first social action projects with the restoration of St Mary’s Church, Boscombe, in October 2005.
Since then he has become an active supporter of Bournemouth's third sector organisations which make up the fabric of the town’s community. Tobias has successfully put a stop to plans which would have built thousands of homes on Bournemouth’s green belt, and recently successfully campaigned to stop the Navitus Bay Wind Farm Development.
He is now a Minister in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, responsible for the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia.
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