Mr Clayton Gordon BARR, BEd MP
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Cessnock
Member of the Australian Labor Party
||Mr Clayton Barr, MP|
118 Vincent Street
CESSNOCK NSW 2325
||Mr Clayton Barr, MP|
PO Box 242
Cessnock NSW 2325
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|Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly||26 Mar 2011|| |
|Member for Cessnock||26 Mar 2011|| |
|Member, Legal Affairs Committee||22 Jun 2011|| |
|Member, Joint Standing Committee on the Office of the Valuer-General||22 Jun 2011|| |
|Member, Joint Select Committee on the Parliamentary Budget Office||23 Jun 2011||2 Dec 2011||5mths 10days|| |
Mr Barr's speeches in Hansard
Mr Barr's questions published in the Question & Answer Paper
About the Cessnock Electorate
Rural, industrial. Located within Hunter Statistical Agricultural Subdivision.
Principal towns: Aberdare, Abermain, Abernethy, Allandale, Barnsley, Belford, Bellbird, Beresfield, Bishops Bridge, Black Hill, Branxton, Branxton East, Brunkerville, Buchanan, Buttai, Cameron Park, Cedar Creek, Cessnock, Cliftleigh, Congewai, Dalwood, Edgeworth, Ellalong, Elrington, Elrington Estate, Greta, Greta Main, Heddon Greta, Holmesville, Kearsley, Keinbah, Kitchener, Kurri Kurri, Laguna, Leconfield, Lenaghan, Lovedale, Lower Belford, Loxford, Millfield, Minmi, Mount View, Mount Vincent, Mulbring, Neath, North Rothbury, Nulkaba, Paxton, Paynes Crossing, Pelaw Main, Pelton, Pokolbin, Quorrobolong, Richmond Vale, Rothbury, Sawyers Gully, Seahampton, Stanford Merthyr, Stockrington, Sweetmans Creek, Tarro, Tomalpin, Watagan, West Wallsend, Weston, Whittingham, Wollombi, Yango.
Area: 1,484 sq km.
Population: 68,340. Enrolment: 51,016.
For more detailed information see - http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/state_government_elections/electoral_districts/all_districts_/cessnock
Political Party Activity - March 2004 to present Member, Cessnock Branch of the Australian Labor Party.
Community Activity - Vice President and Player, Cessnock Water Polo.
Personal - Married with 4 children.
Qualifications, Occupations and Interests - Bachelor Education (BEd), University of Newcastle, 1993.
November 2009 to April 2011 Community and Recreational Facilities Planner, Port Stephens Council.
May 2009 to November 2009 Temporary Electorate Officer, Office of Kerry Hickey MP.
April 2003 to April 2009 Manager, Canteen - Hunter and Northern New South Wales.
April 1994 to January 2003 Teacher, Mount View High School.
Inaugural Speech, 11 May 2011:
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