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Tom Elliott, MLA

Assumed office 
Preceded by Sam Foster
Constituency Fermanagh and South Tyrone

Born 11 December 1963 (1963-12-11) (age 46)
Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
Political party Ulster Unionist Party

Tom Elliott MLA (born 11 December 1963) is a Northern Ireland Ulster Unionist MLA.



  • Ballinamallard Primary School
  • Duke of Westminster High School, Ballinamallard & Kesh
  • Enniskillen College of Agriculture where he earned a College Certificate in Agriculture


  • Activist in Ballinamallard Ward Ulster Unionist committee for many years. Currently Chairman of that committee.
  • Honorary Secretary Fermanagh Divisional Unionist Association since 1998.
  • Chairman of internal Ulster Unionist ad-hoc Review Group for its duration.
  • Election Agent for James Cooper in 2001 Westminster campaign.
  • Ulster Unionist Councillor on Fermanagh District Council representing Erne North – Elected June 2001 – Re-elected May 2005.
  • Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly representing Fermanagh & South Tyrone – Elected November 2003 - Re-elected March 2007.
  • Ulster Unionist Assembly spokesperson on Agriculture and Rural Affairs.
  • UUP candidate for Fermanagh and South Tyrone UK Parliament constituency, in 2005 Westminster elections.
  • Tom is currently Vice Chair of the Agricultural Committee in Stormont and also sits as a member of the Committee of the Office of the First and deputy First Minister.

Membership of the Loyal Orders

Tom is a Past County Grand Master of the Orange Order within Fermanagh and Assistant Secretary to the Grand Lodge of Ireland. He is also a member of the Royal Black Preceptory.

Personal life

He is married to Anne and has one daughter. They live on the family farm near ballinamallard. He is a member of the Church of Ireland Magheracross Parish Church. He also has a strong interest in local soccer at Ballinamallard Football Club. He served part-time on the Ulster Defence Regiment and Royal Irish Regiment for 18 years

External links

Northern Ireland Assembly
Preceded by
Sam Foster
MLA for Fermanagh & South Tyrone
2003 -
Succeeded by


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