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On Friday 30 September, Kevan called in at the Macmillan Coffee Morning at the Fulforth Centre.
Below, Kevan is pictured with Gemma O'Brien from Sacriston Community and Sports Trust.
On Wednesday 21 September, Kevan attended an event at the Fulforth Centre in Sacriston to celebrate the village's success in Northumbria in Bloom, after it was awarded a Silver Gilt Award.
Below, Kevan is pictured with local County Councillor, Heather Liddle.
On Tuesday 20 September, Kevan joined Gillian Bell from the Parliament Education Service on visits to Edmondsley and Catchgate Primary Schools.
During the visits, Kevan took questions from the children, who also took part in workshops introducing them to parliament.
On Friday 9 September, Kevan called in at the County Durham Suicide Prevention conference to mark Worldwide Suicide Prevention Day, where he met with Shirley Smith from If U Care Share.
Whilst on his visit to Cornerstones, Kevan also met with representatives from Place2Be, a children's mental health charity who provide emotional wellbeing support and training in schools.
On Friday 9 September, Kevan visited Cornerstones at Chester le Street Methodist Church with the Big Lottery Fund, to see how funding had been used to support the groups based there. Below, Kevan is pictured meeting with Creative Crafts group.
On Saturday 3 September, Kevan called in at the High Handenhold Fire Station Open Day, where he met with the Station Manager, Graeme Metcalf.
On 4 August, Kevan called in at St Mary's Nursing Home in Chester-le-Street to see Annie Cowell and wish her a Happy 108th Birthday:
On 30 July, Kevan called in at the Party in the Park in Sacriston, where he met local County Councillor, Heather Liddle.
On 23 July, Kevan visited Hollie Hill Care Home in Stanley where they were having a Garden Party to celebrate their 20th Anniversary, and Kevan presented their staff awards.