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From Trotsky to Tory: one man's story of his personal political journey

On Friday 26 April, St Luke's Church hall in Eardley Road was filled with people eager to eat, drink and be entertained by Cllr Graham Clack as he recounted his personal journey from young Trotsky to grown up Tory. After a delicious fork supper beautifully prepared by Vivien Nix and Barbara Reade, Graham’s talk resonated with everyone by being funny, emotional, inspiring and educational. It was hugely enjoyed by all!

Joyce Course, obituary & funeral details

Kemsing mourns the death of Joyce Course who was an active member of the Sevenoaks Conservative Association and a former vice-president. Joyce's funeral Service will be at Holy Trinity Church, Otford at 10.00 am Tuesday 7th May.

Potholes, by the numbers.

Two million, fourteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty-seven to be precise. That’s how many potholes Conservative-run councils have fixed since 2016.

Sevenoaks Conservative Association AGM 2019

On Friday 22nd March, the Sevenoaks Conservative Association held its annual general meeting at the Sevenoaks Town Council offices.

The event was attended by Sir Michael Fallon, MP and Matthew Scott, Kent Police and Crime Commissioner.

Sevenoaks District Council retains its Platinum Investors in People Award

It's an exciting time for Sevenoaks District Council as it has just been awarded a Platinum Investors in People award for the second time. Conservative controlled SDC is the first public sector employer to retain 'Investors in People Platinum', status and will hold onto the prestigious title until 2022.