Anne-Marie Trevelyan was elected MP for the Berwick-upon-Tweed constituency at the 2015 general election and lives in the constituency with her husband John and their two teenaged children. The constituency is large and predominantly rural, covering over 1,000 square miles of north Northumberland from Hartburn in the south, to the Scottish border, and includes large parts of Northumberland National Park, the Coquet Valley, Holy Island and the historic towns of Alnwick and Berwick.
A chartered accountant by trade, Anne-Marie, during the 2015 Parliament, she sat on the House of Commons’ Public Accounts Committee and is committed to ensuring taxpayers’ money is spent well in ways which are accountable to the public.
Her other areas of interest and topics of campaigns include rural broadband, dualling the A1, bringing investment to north Northumberland, and the armed forces covenant.
Her wider interests involve spending time with her family, making the most of the incredible landscape her vast and varied constituency affords and putting her passion for singing to good use by taking part in Singing for Syrians concerts in Westminster.
Parliament has now dissolved and there are no MPs. Anne-Marie is the Conservative candidate for Berwick-upon-Tweed for the general election to be held on 8th June 2017.