Binsted and Bentley

Cllr. Ken Carter is your Conservative District Councillor and Cllr. Mark Kemp-Gee is your Conservative representative on Hampshire County Council.

The Binsted, Bentley & Froyle Branch of the Association welcomes both members and friends of the Conservative Party to their activities. The branch holds one or two social events each year with the aim of having fun together while raising money to fund campaigns. 

If you would like to keep in touch with the Branch, attend their social events or get involved in local campaigns, contact any one of your Councillors (listed above and in the section labelled Holybourne & Froyle).

People

Mark Kemp-Gee

Mark has been the County Councillor for the Alton Rural Division, comprising all the villages around Alton, since 2005 and was re-elected once again in May 2017.
Mark is also President of the East Hampshire Conservative Association.

Ken Carter

Ken has lived in Station Road, Bentley for more than 35 years and knows the area intimately. He was re-elected to represent Bentley, Binsted and Bucks Horn Oak on 7th May 2015. He said at that time, "I shall continue my important work with the Police and Crime Commission to ensure local resources are allocated for our villages; actively participate in planning and development decisions; support sensibly located well designed affordable housing; allocate time to concentrate on the needs of local communities and community issues."