Longest-serving member of NSW Parliament, Fred Nile, in Parkes this week

Rev Fred Nile

Rev Fred Nile

The Rev Fred Nile is visiting Parkes and Forbes this week.

There will also be a screening of a documentary that tells his story as the longest-serving member of the NSW Parliament.

Rev The Hon Fred Nile is the founder of the Christian Democratic Party.

He entered politics in 1981, and remains a member of the Legislative Council.

Mr Nile will be at Parkes AOG Church in Rees Street from 11am to 1pm on Wednesday.

The film Love him or loathe him will screen in Forbes, with Mr Nile visiting Havannah House in Browne Street at a gathering from about 2pm Wednesday. The film is 30 minutes.

Former Prime Ministers John Howard and Tony Abbott, NSW Premiers Bob Carr, Nick Greiner, Mike Baird and Gladys Berejiklian, media personalities Miranda Devine and Ray Hadley, and Fred Nile party members comment on his political career spanning over three decades.