Welcome to the Tamworth Conservative Association Website
Tamworth Conservative Association is made up of many members across the area and aims to build a better Tamworth Constituency by promoting the Conservative cause.
The Association has the responsibility for supporting and raising funds for our elected MP, Christopher Pincher, as well as Conservative candidates in Local and County Council elections .
With an active social calendar, suitable for all ages, Tamworth Conservatives organize a wide range of activities from pub quizzes to formal dinners and drinks receptions.
We invite you to join us at any time throughout the year.
To learn more about membership and what we do please contact us or you can join immediately online by clicking here.
Sunday, May 31st, 2015
The local Conservative Party is seeking people interested in becoming local council candidates for the May 2016 local council elections in Tamworth Borough.
Local councillors are responsible for local services, such as bin collections, street cleaning, planning decisions, open spaces, play areas, setting council tax, licensing, outdoor events and social housing – alongside many other important local services. Councillors also have a role helping to resolve community issues and providing community leadership.
Being a councillor is a hugely rewarding experience. You get the opportunity to put something back into your community, shaping and changing your area for the better.
The election campaign itself is also a rollercoaster of excitement, something many consider to be a memorable and unique experience.
If you are interested in getting involved and learning how the services in your area are run, putting something back into your local community or you are interested in public service, then this might be an opportunity for you. Most of the meetings councillors attend are in the evening and many councillors have full time jobs as well.
If you are interested in being considered for a candidacy, would like an application form or would like more information, please contact me on 01827 57156 or e-mail email@example.com.
Local councillors are ordinary people from every walk of life, so this is something anyone can do. We hope you will consider finding out more about becoming a council candidate.
Sunday, May 10th, 2015
The Conservative Party have retained control of Fazeley Town Council for a third term following Thursday’s election held in Fazeley, Bonehill and Mile Oak.
After all of the votes were counted and the results declared, the Conservative Party won eight of the eleven Town Council seats with the other three going to the Labour Party.
Fazeley’s current Town Mayor, Cllr Debbie James, and Cllr Jean Dann were both re-elected and they are joined by the Conservative Party’s new representative on Lichfield District Council Cllr Olivia Shepherd along with Cllr Brian Hoult, Cllr Gwen Kingsley, Cllr Sam Kingstone, Cllr Cindy Rogers and Cllr Evelyn Rowe who also represents the Conservative Party on Tamworth Borough.
The once Labour safe Town Council has been under Conservative Party control since 2007 when, for the first time, the Party fielded eleven candidates and won nine of the eleven seats. The Party put up eight candidates at the 2011 election and retained control of the Council without an election taking place due to only eleven candidates in total putting their name forward.
The first meeting of the new Town Council will take place on Monday 18th May at 19:30 in the Council Chamber at Fazeley Town Hall and members of the are welcome to attend.
Click here to see the full results
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Tamworth’s Conservatives celebrate victory in the Borough Council election
The Conservative Party has retained control of Tamworth Borough Council and increased it’s majority to 6 after Thursday’s election.
When the polling stations opened on Thursday morning, the Conservative Party held 16 of the 30 seats on Tamworth Borough Council. When the all of the results were declared on Friday afternoon, the Conservative Party held the 6 wards they were defending (Amington, Castle, Mercian, Spital, Stonydelph and Trinity) and won Belgrave and Wilnecote wards, giving them 18 council seats and increasing their majority to 6.
The Election victory saw 3 Cabinet members retain their seats, Michelle Thurgood (Amington), Steve Claymore (Castle) and Stephen Doyle (Stonydelph) and Tamworth’s Deputy Mayor Maureen Gant also held Spital ward. The Conservative Party also wlecomed 2 new Councillors to it’s expanding group; Simon Goodall (Belgrave) and Roy Rogers (Wilnecote).
Amington – Con hold
Belgrave – Con gain from Lab
Bolehall – Lab hold
Castle – Con hold
Mercian – Con hold
Spital – Con hold
Stonydelph – Con hold
Trinity – Con hold
Wilnecote – Con gain from Lab
Saturday, May 9th, 2015
Christopher Pincher speaking after the General Election result in Tamworth was declared
Christopher Pincher has retained the Tamworth Constituency for the Conservative Party with an increased majority of 11,302.
Speaking in the early hours of Friday morning after the election result had been declared Mr Pincher said, “I would like to thank my agents and all the people who have campaigned for me and with me over the last several months. There are too many to mention individually, but you all know who you are.
“Can I also thank my fellow candidates for the way they have conducted themselves during this campaign, particularly the Labour candidate, Carol Dean. Carol has worked hard as a County Councillor for our town and I’m sure she will continue to do so.
“But most of all can I thank the people of Tamworth for reinvesting their trust in me. Five years ago I made a speech saying it was the honour of my life to serve as Member of Parliament for Tamworth and now, having been re-elected, I will do my utmost to deserve that trust.”
The full results of Thursday’s election in the Tamworth Constituency are below.
Thursday, May 7th, 2015
Monday, May 4th, 2015