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Join us at the 2017 Party Conference

In the last year the Windsor Conservative Association, including our Patrons’ Club and Conservative Women’s Organisation, has played host to a plethora of political luminaries.

Thank you!

Thank you to the 34,718 residents of Windsor who voted to return Adam Afriyie as our Member of Parliament. This figure represents 64.4% of the 73.6% turnout and gave him a 22,384 vote majority.

By-Election in Windsor - May 4th

Voters go to the polls on May 4 to elect local councillors in England, Scotland and Wales and the mayors of Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham. Altogether 2,730 council seats will be contested in 27 county councils and six English unitary authorities - and this includes the Clewer North ward of the RBWM Council.

BBC Question TIme Maidenhead

BBC Question Time is coming to the Royal Borough on Thursday, 8th December 2016. To apply to be part of the studio audience in Maidenhead, please submit your details via the following page:

Join the Question Time Audience

PM Theresa May's First 100 Days

Congratulations to our Prime Minister on an incredible first 100 days. To see what Theresa May has been doing, and what she has achieved, in this short period, please see the attached article. It's clear that our country is in a solid, safe pair of hands.

Robert Courts Wins Witney

We are delighted to report that the Conservatives retained the Witney Constituency in the 20th Oct by-election. Thank you to everyone from the Windsor area who travelled up to beautiful West Oxfordshire to help in the campaign.

Witney By-Election 20 Oct - Get involved

There's an important Parliamentary by-election coming up this week and there's a lot at stake. The seat is the one recently vacated by the former Prime Minister, David Cameron, so all eyes are on the result.

It's Conference Time!

This weekend sees the start of the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham. Proceedings officially begin tomorrow (Sunday, 2nd October) and will run through to Wednesday, 5th October.

Choosing a new Prime Minister

The final 2 candidates for the role of Conservative Party Leader have been chosen and the decision will now go to a ballot of the party membership. As our party is governing the country the person we choose automatically becomes the new Prime Minister until the next General Election. Before 1965, leaders of the Conservative Party were not elected, but “emerged” after discussion among Conservative MPs. In 2016, despite there having been previous ballots, this is the first time in the history of the party that the membership have been tasked with choosing a Prime Minister.