Supper Club dinner with RT HON Tobias Ellwood MP

Wednesday, 15th November 2017
7pm for 7.30pm

dress code: Lounge Suits

Witney Lakes Resort, Downs Road, OX29 0SY

£35.00 for members / £40.00 for non-members

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Breast of corn fed chicken, wrapped in smoked bacon, roasted new potatoes and chorizo


Fillet of salmon on dill crushed new potatoes & leek cream sauce


Gnocchi, basil pesto, cherry tomatoes and spinach


Autumn fruit crumble with vanilla ice-cream

A little about Tobias Ellwood:

Tobias was elected as Member of Parliament for Bournemouth East in May 2005, and subsequently re-elected in 2010, 2015 and most recently in June 2017. He is married with two young sons.

He was Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office with special responsibility for the Middle East and Africa from July 2014, and was made Parliamentary under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Defence in the June 2017 reshuffle.

Tobias was born in New York, USA due to his parents' overseas posting at the time. He grew up in Bonn, Germany and Vienna, Austria, but returned to the UK to complete his first degree at Loughborough University. Whilst at Loughborough, Tobias was elected President of the Students' Union.

He spent six years in the Regular Army with The Royal Green Jackets, head quartered in Winchester, and served in Northern Ireland, Cyprus, Kuwait, Germany, Gibraltar and Bosnia.

On leaving the army, Tobias worked as a researcher for the former Defence Secretary, the Rt Hon Tom King MP (now Lord King) in Westminster, and also in his constituency of Bridgwater.

He returned to university to complete an MBA at City University Business School. Tobias then moved to the London Stock Exchange for two years where he was a Senior Business Development Manager and, following that, to a similar role for law firm Allen and Overy.

Tobias completed the senior executive course in National and International Studies at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University in the summer of 2009. His proposal for military forces to develop greater stabilisation capability, put forward in his publication 'Post Conflict Reconstruction: Bridging the gap between military and Civilian affairs on the modern battle field' became part of the coalition Government's policy. 

There is much more to know about Rt Hon Tobias Ellwood MP, so please come to the Supper Club to meet him.





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