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3 Good Reasons to Vote Conservative today

3 good reasons to vote for your Local Conservatives today:

🌳Conservative councils recycle more than Labour councils.

🚗Conservative councils fix more potholes than Labour councils.

📊Conservative councils continue to charge lower levels of council tax than Labour

Autumn 2018 Newsletter

We wanted to send a note of thanks to all of the members who attended the Hustings on Monday 24th September, where we had the choice between two strong candidates; Rob and Kieran. We are delighted that Kieran was selected at our open primary.

Community Fun at the Shavington Festival

 

Cllr Steve Edgar (Ward Member for Shavington) rolled up his sleeves yesterday with the Festival Committee as the Shavington Festival attracted large numbers of local residents taking advantage of the glorious weather and entertainments!

#NHS70 celebration in Nantwich

On the 5th of July 1948, the NHS was first launched at Park Hospital in Manchester (now Trafford General Hospital). For 70 years it has led the world in exceptional service and dedication to the millions of people that live in Cheshire and the UK.

Anti-semitism, like all forms of racism, has no place in our society.

Powerful & poignant speeches by MPs from across the House of Commons  yesterday, particularly from

Robert Halfon; Luciana Berger; Andrew Percy; John Mann; Ruth Smeeth; Lisa Nandy; Paul Masterton

and Sajid Javid 

 

You can watch the speeches here - 

 

CW18 Conference

Members from Crewe and Nantwich Conservatives attended the 6th annual Cheshire and Wirral Area Conference in Chester on Saturday.  It was a great couple of days with some inspiring speeches from Amber Rudd, Priti Patel and our very own MEPs Sajjad Karim and Jacqueline Foster and more.  

Portcullis Club Event

Portcullis Club members spent a lovely evening, putting the world to rights, in the company of James Cleverly MP, Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, held in The Residence, Nantwich

Campaigning in Nantwich

 

Edward Timpson (with baby Nell) and Cllr Margaret Simon campaigning on the Town Square in Nantwich.