Hon Timothy Mark CROOKALL MHK
Constituency: Glenfaba and Peel
Stanley House, 3 Marine Parade, Peel 497782Tel:
01624 685500Email: email@example.com
Mr Crookall, Minister Crookall
Hon Tim Crookall MHK
Education: Ballakermeen High School and Gosfield School, Essex.
Family: Married to Carol with 4 children.
Career: Police followed by a short term in the Army, Nursing Assistant at Ballamona, Deputy Manager at the Aquadrome, Building, Residential Care Worker and a Postman.
Public Service: Former crew Member of Peel Lifeboat from 1987; Committee Member: Arthritis Care Ellan Vannin; Committee Chairman: Special Olympics Isle of Man.
Honours and Decorations: Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal 2002, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012.
Interests: Family, Sport, and DIY.
Member of the House of Keys 2021-date.
Member of the House of Keys Management and Members' Interests Committee 2021-date.
Member of the Emoluments Committee 2021-date.
Member of the Tynwald Standards and Members' Interests Committee 2021-date.
Minister for Infrastructure 2021-date.
Minister: Community, Culture and Leisure retaining responsibility for public transport and the Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre 2011-12; Education and Children 2012-2016
Member: Home Affairs 2006-09, Transport 2006-09, Local Government and the Environment 2009-10, Infrastructure 2010-11, Environment, Food and Agriculture 2010-11, Department for Enterprise (formerly Economic Development) 2016-2020
Chairman: Isle of Man Water Authority 2009-10, Isle of Man Water and Sewerage Authority 2010-11
Vice Chairman: Office of Fair Trading 2007-09; Public Accounts Committee 2016-2020; Vice-Chair of the Manx Utilities Authority 2016-2020.
Tynwald Committees: Select Committee for Legal Aid in Family Matters (Petition for Redress of Grievance of Stephen Broad) 2009-10, Constitutional Matters 2007-11, Economic Initiatives 2007-11, Tynwald Standards and Members’ Interests Committee 2006-15, Emoluments Committee 2006-15; Member of the Select Committee on Public Service Broadcasting (2018) 2018-2019; Chairman of the Select Committee on the Code of Conduct for Public Servants (Petition for Redress) 2019-2020; Vice-Chair of the Manx Utilities Authority 2016-2020.
House of Keys Committees: Standing Orders 2006-11, House of Keys Management and Members’ Standards Committee 2006-15
Council of Ministers’ Committees: Water Rates Working Group 2009-10, Retail Policy Working Group 2010-11, Police Advisory Group 2006-2011
Commonwealth Parliamentarian Association Committees: Member of the CPA Isle of Man Branch Executive Committee 2010-2020
First stood in 1996 and was elected as Member of the House of Keys for Peel in 2006, re-elected in 2011; elected as a Member of the Legislative Council in June 2015 for a term ending on 29th February 2020; elected as Member of the House of Keys for Glenfaba and Peel in 2021.
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association
Member: Isle of Man Branch Executive Committee 2006-2020.
Study Visits: Westminster, London 2007; Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh 2007; Aid Conference, United Kingdom 2008; Jersey 2019.
Post Election Seminar: St Helena 2013
Regional Conferences: Belfast 2007, Gibraltar 2008
Plenary Conference: Arusha, Tanzania 2009
British Isles & Mediterranean Regional Conference: Cyprus 2015, Jersey 2016