Caroline Ansell

Caroline Ansell is the Conservative MP for Eastbourne, and has been an MP continually since 12 December 2019.

APPG officer roles

All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal cross-party groups that have no official status within Parliament. They are run by and for Members of the Commons and Lords, though many choose to involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament in their administration and activities.

Officer Roles are drawn from the latest edition of the Register of APPGs. To see the latest edition of the register, go to Published Register of APPGs.

British Overseas Territories
To foster good relations between the British Overseas Territories and Parliament.
Vice Chair
The group will bring together parliamentarians and policy and practice experts, to promote awareness, to share knowledge, and to better understand of the needs of unpaid carers. It will work to improve legislation for carers and provide a forum for parliamentarians and stakeholders to discuss solutions to improve carers’ lives.
Christianity in the Holy Land
To promote the heritage and contemporary role of Christianity in the Holy Land, for it to remain a place where the Christian community contributes to the peace and wellbeing of the whole society, and where Christians continue to live, flourish and thrive.
Chair & Registered Contact
Conception to Age Two - First 1001 Days
To promote a holistic approach to the antenatal and post-natal period, specifically with regards to the early years and infant mental health; to hold evidence-based enquiries into best practice for the 1001 critical days to help policymakers make informed decisions on provision in this period; and to uphold cross-party consensus for this age group.
Vice Chair
Cycling and Walking
To champion cycling and walking in the context of the growing importance of all forms of active travel. Our main aim is to get more people cycling and walking in the UK, more often and more safely.
Food Banks
To bring together parliamentarians from all parties with an interest in and commitment to ending the need for food banks; discussing the solutions that are needed; making recommendations to the relevant government departments that are key to ending the need for food banks.
Holocaust Memorial
To promote holocaust memorial and education in parliament; and to support the establishment of a holocaust memorial and learning centre.
Hospitality and Tourism
To examine key issues, opportunities and challenges facing the hospitality sector across the UK.
Vice Chair
Issues Affecting Men and Boys
To raise awareness of disadvantages and poor outcomes faced by men and boys in education, mental/physical health and law; to influence attitudes, role models, policy and legislation that will lead to positive differences to their well-being and lives.
Vice Chair
To discuss issues related to motherhood, including but not limited to pregnancy, parenting, wellbeing, finance, employment, childcare, support services, and childhood; to be a voice for mothers in politics and those who wish to be more involved; and to raise the profile of issues related to motherhood in Parliament.
Vice Chair
School Food
To provide a cross-party parliamentary platform for the discussion of school food with stakeholders; to keep school food, child hunger and food education on the political agenda following the spot-light given during the pandemic; and to campaign to ensure that children receive high quality meals in and outside of school.
Vice Chair
United Arab Emirates
To promote good relations between the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.
Vice Chair