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Whether you’re a supporter who wants to help us with campaigns or elections, or a resident who needs help with a certain issue that is affecting you or your area, we are here to listen to you and work with you to get things done.

Rishi Sunak - Leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister

Join Us

You can help get the change people really want by becoming a Member of the Conservative Party.

For just £39 a year (or just £3.50 per month), or £10 a year if you are under 26, or £25 a year if you are a serving or former member of the armed forces),

You’ll have the opportunity to vote for the Party Leader and help choose our candidates for Parliamentary and local government. You’ll also be invited to attend our party conferences and help to influence Conservative policies through our Policy Forums.

Becoming a Member is a great way to have your say and help make change happen, so why not join us today!

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Policy Forum (CPF)

The CPF is a national Party Group that gives members the opportunity to discuss the major policy challenges facing Britain. With almost 250 active groups across the country, a fantastic voluntary team and strong professional support from CCHQ, the CPF has a vital role at the heart of the Conservative Party.

With a direct line to the Minister for Government Policy, its members have a real say in the direction our Party is taking.

The CPF is open to all members of the Conservative Party, if you are not a member but would like to get involved then you can join us online.

Kelly Tolhurst MP introducing Debt (Relief) Bill

Visit Kelly Tolhurst MP in Parliament

Every year MPs welcome hundreds of school students to Parliament. The usual way this happens is a coach trip, arriving in London during the morning for a free walking tour of the Palace of Westminster.

Free guided tours of Parliament are available to constituents. The walking tour of the Palace of Westminster includes –

  • Westminster Hall, the ancient hall at the heart of the Palace where Parliament first sat and where many historic events have taken place,
  • The House of Commons, including the Speaker’s Chair and the famous green benches and the ‘lobbies’ where MPs actually vote,
  • The House of Lords, including the Royal Throne,
  • The Queen’s Robing Room, Royal Gallery and many other fascinating parts of the Palace of Westminster.

Please note that tours are very popular and places are limited so generally have to be booked about six months in advance.

Please contact Kelly Tolhurst’s office to enquire about a visit to Westminster at: