Welcome to our website

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

Thursday, 25 February, 2016
Matthew Scott, Conservative candidate for Kent's Police and Crime Commissioner, spoke to Liz Crudgington about his family's policing background, his plans for a positive campaign and why the role matters to everyone in Kent

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Local News

Cabinet minister Michael Fallon gave Canterbury Conservatives a sneak preview of...
Councillor Simon Cook has kept a promise made to residents before the election that...
Conservative-led Canterbury City Council is investigating ways to deal with the...

National News

New figures show that crime in England and Wales has fallen by 32% since 2010, to its lowest level ever. By continuing to cut crime, Conservatives...
Voters across the country will soon choose their local representatives for the next four years. These are the people who will provide a strong...
Since 2010 over 4 million of the lowest paid people have been taken out of income tax. Because of our increases to the personal allowance, a typical...
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