Local News

Conservative councillors litter pick in Beaconsfield

Some photos of our local Beaconsfield Councillors in action for their local community. Last weekend, Beaconsfield County Cllr Anita Cranmer, District Cllr Damian Saunders & Town Councillors Jackson Ng, Graham Corney, Lorna Shaw, Chris Owen and Neil Bingham were out litter picking in Beaconsfield New Town.

New Conservative Party members welcomed at Gerrards Cross

It was a great evening this Tuesday at Gerrards Cross with the local Branch holding a drinks reception to welcome new members. Good to see such a good turnout and great discussions on local and national issues. Do get in touch to get more involved with the Branch!

Ask us about Brexit

Beaconsfield Constituency Conservative Association has received and continues to receive a variety of Brexit related communications from our Members; some of which are in support of our MP Dominic Grieve QC, some others in opposition.

Conservative Policy Forum: Global Britain

A great joint Conservative Policy Forum yesterday evening with our neighbours Chesham and Amersham Conservatives discussing about what 'Global Britain' means to us all post Brexit.

Theresa May opens Taplow footbridge

Taplow welcomed the PM this afternoon when she opened the new footbridge over the Thames linking Taplow and Maidenhead.

Pictured - the PM with Dominic Grieve MP and South Bucks Council Chairman Wendy Matthews.

Senior Citizens' Day

This is our third senior citizens day (runs alongside a normal surgery) and it's a great Conservative initiative for our areas. Residents from Taplow, Dorney, Burnham and Lent Rise are invited to come along and have a free coffee/tea and cake and a chat.

Employment at record levels

The UK saw another fall in the unemployment rate in the UK and a record number of people IN work in figures published on 14th June 2017.

Locally, the total number of unemployed claimants in Beaconsfield constituency in May 2017 was 460.

Unemployment Figures in Beaconsfield Lowest in 11 Years

The unemployment number in the Beaconsfield Constituency for October was just 410, which is half that of October 2010 when the numbers were 906.

The unemployment rate is at the lowest level for 11 years and there are now more people in work than any time in our history.

Youth unemployment has fallen nearly 350,000 since 2010.