News

All change at the top!

The Conservative group at Castle Point Council have a new Leader after long serving Hadleigh Victoria Councillor Colin Riley was appointed at last nights group AGM. Colin will be joined by fellow Hadleigh Councillor, Bill Sharp who was chosen as deputy leader. Congratulations to them both.

Hardworking all Year...

Conservatives across Castle Point have been hard at work this weekend hosting Street stalls, meeting residents and discussing important local issues. We are community politicians getting out and about within our neighbourhoods all year around not just turning up at election time. #hardworking

Vote Conservative

Good to see Vote Conservative boards popping up right across the Borough. If you would to show your support by displaying a poster we would love to hear from you, our contact number is 01268 792992 - Here is the Leader of Castle Point Council Pam Challis pictured next to a supporters board in her ward.

Saturday Street Stall

Castle Point Conservatives hosted a Saturday Street Stall today at Tarpots Shopping Centre in Benfleet. Our members discussed local issues and spoke with residents about our EU election campaign and the Conservatives pledge for a referendum. If you would like to join us on the campaign trail please get in touch by calling 01268 792992.

Get involved...it might be fun!

Our delivery teams are hard at work distributing leaflets across Castle Point with our positive election messages; why not join us by calling 01268 792992 and get involved? (it's more fun than it initially sounds!!)

More money in your pocket...

More money in your pay packet, more financial security for you and your family. If you support our tax cut for over 25 million people, join the Conservatives for as little as £1 today: http://www.conservatives.com/join - Over 25 million people receiving a payslip today will be keeping more of what they earn, thanks to our long-term economic plan.

Mayors Ladies Lunch

Rebecca tells us "It was a pleasure to join Her Worship the Mayor of Castle Point Cllr Maryse Isles at another one of her charity ladies lunches this week. The Mayor holds regular ladies lunches around the borough for her charities. This one was at the Oyster Bay restaurant on Canvey. I know the Mayor has worked tirelessly for to raise money for her charities over the past year and every single one of her events has been great fun."
Well done Your Worship!

Action Day Street Stall @ Thundersley

Castle Point Conservatives have been campaigning on National Action Day by hosting a Street Stall in Thundersley Village this morning #workinghard

Conservatives are delivering a positive message

Local Conservatives continue to work hard campaigning across Castle Point by knocking on doors and meeting the electorate. Last night our Boyce Ward candidate Norman Smith and his team ignored the rain and received positive feedback from residents for freezing Council tax this year! #workinghard