Local News

Interim Association Chair

It's with great pleasure that we announce that Cllr Anna Firth is now the interim Chair of Sevenoaks Conservative Association after Mrs Polly Furse resigned for personal reasons. We appreciated everything that Polly brought to the team and would like to thank her for all her hard work. We fully respect her right to explore other political avenues and wish her every success in the future.

We'd like to congratulate Anna on becoming interim Chair and wish her all the best. It is also with great pleasure that we announce that Mrs Dee Morris is now interim Deputy Chair Political & Campaigning. We also wish her every success.

The Executive Council will meet in due course to appoint a new Chair and a new Deputy Chair Political & Campaigning.

Justine Greening comes to Eynsford

At the first joint Dartford and Sevenoaks event, we were very pleased to welcome Justine Greening to the Castle in Eynsford. A packed room listened to Justine speak about the current political situation and how important the forthcoming local elections in London were going to be.

Large turnout for Darkest Hour Film event

To coincide with the showing of the film "Darkest Hour" we organised a fundraising event at the Stag. We hired the whole screen exclusively to ourselves and sold all 110 tickets!

Statement regarding an article on the Swanley Labour Party website

The Swanley Labour Party website is reporting that Swanley Town Council Leader Ray Morris is under investigation by the Sevenoaks District Council Standards Board . We would like to make it clear that the allegations made against him are completely denied, and are being vigorously challenged.

Young Conservatives meet up for Christmas

We had a very successful evening where young members and friends met up in the Oak Tap and Tavern in Sevenoaks for a Christmas gathering. The event was hosted by Chairman Graham Clack and by our young Town and District councillor Ed Parson.

Helping Canterbury become Conservative again

Help us take our next step towards winning Canterbury back for the Conservatives at the next General Election. Our next Action Day is Saturday 2 December meeting at 1pm in the Morrison's car park, 10 Ten Perch Rd, Canterbury CT13TQ (at the far end of Mothercare). We will be in the Wincheap Ward and will be doing a knock and drop survey. Refreshments will be provided to round off the afternoons work from 3pm onwards.
If you can help please confirm to marystreater@waitrose.com

Ide Hill Auction

There was a great turnout on Saturday for the auction event held at Ide Hill village hall.  We had informative speeches from Sir Michael Fallon MP and Richard Ashworth, an independent MEP for South East England.