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South Devon Conservatives

This week, Hannah David attended the Torbay Conservative club to speak to Party members from a broad range of South Devon Constituency members.

Communities Secretary consults CPF Groups on housing

Following the CPF’s discussion on housing earlier in the year, a dozen CPF members representing five groups from around the country met this week in Parliament with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid.

Hornchurch and Upminster CPF

Hannah David was delighted to visit the Hornchurch and Upminster Conservative Association last week.

Gloucester CPF visit

Last week, Hannah David was invited to attend a meeting of six Conservative associations within Gloucester. The meeting was well attended with representatives from most of the participating associations in the region.

CPF Conference Reception

The CPF team were delighted to welcome around 100 guests to an evening drinks reception during the Party conference in Birmingham.

CPF Drinks Reception

The CPF Chairman and Management Committee cordially invite you to the

CPF Drinks Reception

to be held 9-10pm on Tuesday 4th October
Symphony Hall Foyer, Level 5a
ICC, Birmingham

George Freeman appointed CPF Chairman

The Prime Minister has appointed George Freeman, the MP for Mid Norfolk, as the Chairman of the CPF and Chair of the Prime Minister's Policy Board.

Housing paper submissions summary

The first CPF discussion paper since the general election was well received. This explored the topic of housing and responses were submitted by CPF groups representing 119 constituencies and over 790 members across the country.

Visit to Eddisbury

As an excellent start to August for the CPF, Hannah David was delighted to be invited to speak to Party members in the Eddisbury constituency, Cheshire. The purpose of the meeting was to explain the importance of the CPF for the voluntary party and for a CPF debate to be held.

Young Professionals – The QV group, Pimlico

QV is a new group of young Conservative professionals (aged 20-35) who hope to meet together regularly in London to discuss current affairs and getting more involved within Conservative politics.