Would you like to get involved with Windsor Conservatives?
If you'd like to get involved with our association, please give us a call on 01753 678693 or email: email@example.com
If you are in another part of the country and would like to volunteer to help the Conservative Party in your area, then please use this link
Windsor and Maidenhead constituencies have very close links and here in Berkshire we are all working together. There are many ways you can get involved, in either location. Wherever you'd like to help out, there is always plenty to do:
Delivery and Publicity
We rely on volunteers to help us deliver news about the work the Conservative Party are doing to ensure a more secure and united country; at the local level and across the nation. Can you spare some time to distribute campaign material in your road or building? Perhaps you can display a poster in your window, garden or car during our local and national election campaigns?
We are not always able to speak to residents on their doorsteps because they are sometimes not at home, or we cannot gain access to their property, so during election time we hold regular telephone canvassing sessions during the day and evening from various locations - sometimes from Conservative Campaign Headquarters in Westminster. We'd love it if you could help us ensure our voting data about our constituents is current.
For those on Facebook and Twitter, we now have a presence on both - although our Twitter account is the most active. Please consider "liking" us on Facebook and/or signing up and following us and retweeting on Twitter. You could also subscribe to our YouTube Channel so we can reach more people with key speeches and important information about the plans, policies (the Manifesto) and direction of the Conservative Party.
Knocking on doors and speaking to residents is one of the most important activities we undertake. Engaging in a conversation with people to help find out what really matters to them and then seeing what we can do to help is how the community thrives. Whether it is local issues like graffiti removal, planning issues, potholes, parking or national issues such as Brexit, workers' rights, social care or the economy - no matter what the issue is, large or small, if it is important to our constituents, it is important to us to hear about it too.
Raising funds and securing donations forms a large part of the work we do outside of election periods. We regularly hold a variety of fundraising events. If you'd like to get involved in the organisation or promotion of our events, or would prefer to show your support by attending an event, please get in touch.
Whatever way you can get involved, we thank you!