Welcome to the official website for the Constituency Office of Arlene Foster MLA
Arlene Foster was elected to serve in the Assembly in 2003 and was appointed as DUP Leader and Northern Ireland’s first female First Minister.
Since her humble childhood in South Fermanagh, Arlene has travelled through the political sphere taking Ministerial posts in a number of Departments within the Northern Ireland Executive. Throughout this journey, she has continued to put the people of Fermanagh and South Tyrone at the heart of her negotiations. Being born, raised and educated in this constituency, Arlene is aware of the daily challenges that face local communities. Each person living in Fermanagh & South Tyrone can feel valued through the vision that both Arlene and her DUP colleagues have for this area.
Arlene Foster is the DUP Assembly representative for the people of Fermanagh and South Tyrone. She is supported by 8 Councillors who work between Fermanagh & Omagh District Council and Mid Ulster Council. The DUP operates a second to none service for th...Read More
Arlene Foster is recognised as a strong advocate for Unionism in the West of the country and is a politician who never forgets where she has come from. She is a firm believer in grassroots politics. Born and bred in South East Fermanagh, Arlene now lives with ...Read More
Arlene Foster assumed the office of First Minister for Northern Ireland in January 2016 and is proud to serve all of the people of Northern Ireland. Note: Since the resignation of the Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness, there has been no Ministers app...Read More
The DUP are always seeking new members to help shape the future vision of the party. If you would like to become a new member of the party please click here Young Democrats Fermanagh and South Tyrone are proud to have a ...Read More
The DUP has eight Councillors in the constituency of Fermanagh and South Tyrone, serving on Fermanagh & Omagh District Council and Mid Ulster District Council. Our Councillors are on hand and happy to help so please click on the photographs below to...Read More