Cllr Steve Charmley has been talking about the latest developments around the Connecting Shropshire Project and how people can make the most of it.
Congratulations must go to all 5 of our Conservative Members of Parliament for Shropshire and their campaign teams.
We are delighted to report that Own Paterson was returned as the MP for North Shropshire with an increased majority.
Owen Paterson (Conservative): 27041
Graeme Currie (Labour): 10547
Andrea Allen (UKIP): 9262
Thomas Thornhill (Lib Dems): 3148
Duncan Kerr (Green): 2575
Conservative Police & Crime Commissioner candidate was out in Oswestry on Friday 2nd November. With the help of local members, who were distributing election literature, Adrian was meeting with local people to encourage them to vote for him in the elections on the 15th of November.
Owen Paterson was delighted to be appointed as the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
On Friday December 16th the Oswestry Branch of the NSCA organised a Christmas Dinner at The Oswestrian Conservative Club in Oswestry.
The event was well attanded and was entertaining for all. The speech by Guest Speaker Mark Pritchard gave evryone a insight into political life in Westminster in what has been an interesting year politically, combined with his wit this made for an entertaining time for all.
The Oswestry Branch of NSCA recently held their Wine Tasting event at The Walls Restaurant which was enjoyed by all.
Goldstone Hall, October 7th 2011
The North Shropshire Conservative Association held it's Annual Dinner in the lovely on Goldstone Hall near Market Drayton.
The event was well attended with guest speaker Matthew Hancock well received by guests, a drinks reception followed by a 3 course dinner was provided, with an auction and raffle followed.
If you would lke to attend a future event then head to our forthcoming events page for more details.
Conservative Oswestry Town Councillor Paul Milner would like to invite any Castle Ward residents to come along to a surgery he will be holding.
The details of the drop-in surgery are as follows:
Saturday 10th September
10am to 12noon
The Guildhall (Walford Davis Room)
This is an opportunity for residents to meet with their local councillor and discuss any issues they may have or make suggestions which could be looked at.
Local Conservatives from across the constituency along with Owen Paterson, MP for North Shropshire and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, campaigned across North Shropshire to encourage people to vote NO at the upcoming referendum on the Parliamentary voting system.
With events in towns across the width of the constituency including Oswestry, Wem, Whitchurch and Market Drayton the day has helped to raise awareness for the campaign against an unfair system.
The campaigning will continue right up until May 5th with more vents being arranged. If you would like to be involved then just contact the office or check on the website for updates.
The North Shropshire Conservative Association will be taking part in a day to raise awareness of the Alternative Vote (AV) Referendum which is taking place on May 5th. They will be holding events across the constituency.
At these events we will also be stressing the importance of voting NO on May 5th to prevent a new system which is inherently unfair being adopted.
If you would like to take part in this action day please contact the office on 01691 658800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Shropshire Council Elections 2013
With only two years to go till full elections across the constituency we are inviting anybody who would be interested in standing as a candidate to get in touch.
If you are interested in standing for the Conservatives or want to know more, please get in touch with our association office on 01691 658800 or email email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 30th July 2011
The Ellesmere Conservative Branch recently held a Drinks Party just outside Dudleston Heath, the event was very well attended with a strong festive atmosphere, including mince pies and carols. Guests in attendance included MP for North Shropshire and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Owen Paterson and many members, and Association Officers.The event drew in people from across the constituency including as far a field as Market Drayton braving the weather to attend.