East Hampshire Conservatives are working hard to protect and improve our quality of life in East Hampshire.
Our members are volunteers from all walks of life, who believe in the core Conservative principles and want to make them a reality. They have fun together, raising money for campaigning, delivering leaflets, talking to electors and getting involved in campaigns.
The Conservative Party is a large and complex organisation, representing and involving people with a diverse range of backgrounds, interests and concerns. It is a broad church, which encourages open debate and accepts differences of opinion. What unites the Party are the core Conservative principals which provide our foundation.
Conservatives believe in less interference from the State - freedom for individuals, families, voluntary groups and businesses.
Conservatives want to keep taxes low and set businesses free from red tape to help Britain compete in the global economy.
Conservatives stand for the rule of law and support for all members of our society. We recognise our duty to protect the environment for future generations.
Conservatives want to safeguard the Union of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, maintain strong defence and uphold our right to national self-government. We want to be in Europe but not run by Europe.
The East Hampshire Parliamentary Constituency comprises the towns of Alton, Petersfield and Whitehill Bordon with the wards of Bentworth & Froyle, Binsted, Bentley & Selborne, Bramshott & Liphook, Buriton & East Meon, Four Marks & Medstead, Froxfield, Sheet & Steep, Grayshott, Headley, Liss and Ropley, Hawkley & Hangers.
You can find details of the Association Officers and the Councillors on the "People" Tab.