The easiest way to get involved with your local CPF is to contact your local Conservative association. It is the responsibility of the Political Deputy Chairman in each local association to ensure that there is an active CPF group, by which members' policy concerns can be heard. Typically, another person is appointed as the local CPF Group Coordinator. If you have difficulty reaching them, then we can help.
To ensure that you do not miss out on any national CPF news, in addition to contacting your local association, please register your interest via our Join form.
Help is available!
Association officers and CPF Group Coordinators should download a copy of our CPF Pack for guidance in running a group. Please also complete a group registration form, so that we know from whom we should expect to hear.
The CPF's Voluntary Director, Flick Drummond, and our growing panel of CPF Champions are available to help Group Coordinators to form or relaunch groups. To contact Flick or one of the Champions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry. The Conservative Party's Area and Regional Deputy Chairmen can also be called upon to provide support for association officers, where needed. There are also a separate Scottish Conservatives Policy Forum and Welsh Conservatives Policy Forum that run in parallel to the UK-wide discussions.