On Monday 29th January Darren Mott, one of the most senior directors at Conservative Central Office attended an event with local Conservatives in Bexleyheath. The sold out event was attended by Bexleyheath & Crayford MP the Rt Hon David Evennett, Kent’s Police & Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott and the Chairman of the Bexleyheath & Crayford Conservative Association Mark Brooks.
Darren Mott started his political career as an agent right here in Bexleyheath. He is also credited with having played an important role in returning Bexley Council to Conservative control in 1998 shortly before he went to work as an agent for Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke MP in Rushcliffe. He eventually made his way to Conservative Central Office and since then has experienced a meteoric rise to the one of the most senior positions someone can attain at Conservative Central Office.
During his speech, Mr Mott highlighted how fortunate we are to live in a Western democracy, and contrasted this with experiences he has had when supporting campaigns in other countries. He also highlighted how effective messaging can resonate across the country and feels there is no longer any reason for Conservative Politicians to not be actively engaged in Social Media.
Rt Hon David Evennett, MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford, concluded the evening with the vote of thanks, praising Mr Mott for an excellent speech, congratulating him on his successful career so far and thanking him for all his hard work and dedication to Bexley at the start of his career.