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Welcome to the Canterbury Constituency Conservative Association website. Here you will find information on:

Our Conservative MP Julian Brazier, District Councillors, County Councillors, Association News, and Events. The Canterbury constituency is made up of the Canterbury and Whitstable along with many villages. We elect Councillors to Canterbury City Council and Kent County Council.

We are a strong members' organisation and we would like to hear your views so please feel welcome to browse our site and get in contact to let us know what you think!

Featured Story

Tuesday, 24 November, 2015
Cabinet minister Michael Fallon gave Canterbury Conservatives a sneak preview of Monday's defence review announcement when he spoke at a dinner on Saturday, November 21. The Secretary of State for Defence was guest of honour at the event at Canterbury cricket ground and spoke to an audience of more than 100 people about the challenges facing the department and its commitment to tackling terrorism in all its forms.

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Local News

Friday, 9 October, 2015
Councillor Simon Cook has kept a promise made to residents before the election that he would reverse a decision to sell a popular community building.
Wednesday, 7 October, 2015
Conservative-led Canterbury City Council is investigating ways to deal with the demand for more social housing - including looking at the option of...
Tuesday, 6 October, 2015
Barton councillor Oliver Fawcett, who is also a student, argues that the new measures to control shared housing across Canterbury are the first step...

National News

The percentage of young people not in education, employment or training has fallen, once again, to its lowest level ever. This means that more...
At 73.7% our employment rate has never been higher. We are moving further towards the goal of full employment that we set out in our...
New employment statistics show that unemployment has fallen and pay packets are rising – meaning greater economic security for working people...

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