Neil Carmichael, Chair of the ADG, has hailed the “Smiles at Sea” harbourside tour of Cornwall and Devon as an example of “levelling up health” in action and called on the Government to look to support more outreach programmes in reforming NHS dentistry. Joining the “Smiles at Sea” tour on
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) is a trade association whose members are dental providers and employers using a corporate or group model to serve both private and NHS patients across the UK.
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A Beautiful farm in the heart of northumberland
Located in the Northumberland National Park, Dunshiel Farm sits on the edge of the village of Elsdon.
AN EXPERIENCED FARMER
The Carmichael Family have farmed Dunshiel for decades. Neil Carmichael is currently restoring the farmhouse whilst developing plans for more woodland, encouraging wildlife, grassland management and starting a herd of Highland Cattle.
NON-EXECUTIVE ADVISOR FOR EDUCATION
The Edward Heath University Lectures 2021-24
To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the 1970-74 Heath government, the Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation – which owns and runs Arundells, Heath’s house in the Cathedral Close, Salisbury – is organising a rolling series of keynote lectures on recurrent issues in British politics that often remain as live today as they were half a century ago.
Major commentators or practitioners will talk about what happened in Britain in the first half of the 1970s, and how and why so many of the questions of that era remain unresolved today. The series will take place in universities across the country to maximise the opportunities of a new generation to learn about the politics of the ‘day before yesterday’.
Chair of the Independent Apprenticeship Policy Group
Neil Carmichael was the Member of Parliament for Stroud between 2010 and 2017 and Chair of the House of Commons Education Select Committee between 2015 and 2017. He had previously been a member of the Environment Audit Committee and also established two All Parliamentary Party Groups: Governance and Leadership in Education, and Vascular Diseases.
Prior to his incumbency as MP, Neil spent several years as a visiting lecturer in British political history, European Union policies and institutions, and rural economic development. He also worked in business from 2001 until 2010, working in business development projects, developing project finance capabilities and liaising with firms and corporations, including Bevan Brittan, Hutchinson and Sainsbury’s. Neil was also Chief Executive and then Chairman of Northumbria Daybreak, a charity providing day care for adults with learning disabilities.
Neil Carmichael, Chair of the ADG has awarded Peter Aldous MP the first ADG “parliamentary champion” award in recognition of his work in advocating better access to dentistry for his constituents in Waveney and the East of England. Neil said: “ADG members have been telling us that the hardest parts
On Thursday 2nd December, Neil Carmichael will examine the history of Tory attitudes to imperialism, internationalism and free trade, followed by key turning points in domestic Party politics, to explain how the Party leadership, structure and membership moved towards an increasingly populist, nationalist and Euro-sceptic set of positions. This lecture