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

Julian Brazier MP, 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

Friday, 20 June, 2014
A report given to the Canterbury Conservative Association Executive Council on Thursday, June 19 by Tyler Dennis, the outgoing chairman of the Kent University Conservative Association.

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Local News

Friday, 9 May, 2014
Julian Brazier was in a meeting earlier today with Chief Executive Steve Auty and two Trustees of the Pilgrims’ Hospices.  
Wednesday, 26 March, 2014
Cantebury City Council leader John Gilbey is "strongly pushing" for a scheme to allow as many local businesses to benefit from Business Rate relief...
Sunday, 2 March, 2014
With both the General Election and Canterbury City Council elections coming up in May 2015, we are busy finalising our database of campaigners who...

National News

Time after time Ed Miliband has shown he’s too weak to stand up to union bosses - refusing to condemn strikes that disrupt the lives of millions. And...
There are two certainties in life: death and Labour taxes – and now Labour want to combine both. Andy Burnham, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary, says...
We’re fixing our immigration system so that it puts the British people first. Labour’s no-questions-asked welfare system drew immigrants to Britain...
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