Welcome to the Twickenham Conservatives

Working for a better Twickenham

For any enquiries regarding your local Conservatives, please contact chair@twickenhamconservatives.com or use the form on this website (they go to the same place). The office is closed at the moment due to the Covid restrictions. We will be open again as soon as possible. In the meantime the team is still working to support residents. We would like to hear from anyone who has an issue they would like to raise or is facing struggles as a result of council policy. We can and do get things changed. Contact us and we will do all we can to help.

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Twickenham Conservatives support business. We appreciate the past few months…

Is this really the best use of Council contractors’ time and money? Clearly – as is more than evident from our photo – this street in West Twickenham has long required a pavement replacement or upgrade. So what does your LibDem Council do? Sends out a repair team who can seemingly only repair two slabs, despite there being more than 15 others in a similar or worse state alongside the two it did opt to repair. If we allow the LibDems to get away with spending our money on such ridiculous operations, it will take years to replace the rest here….. and as for the rest of the borough, don’t hold...

First Monday is back! Our monthly event bringing together local members and others interested in Conservative politics to hear from an interesting speaker and chat about politics. Currently, these are online events but usually we meet in person. Monday 7 December, 6pm Rob Colvile, co-author of the 2019 Conservative manifesto, Sunday Times columnist and Director of the Centre for Policy Studies Join our call to hear about the process of putting the General Election manifesto together, and to discuss how the first (and very eventful!) year of this administration is going. To sign up to this...

EU super fan and Twickenham MP Munira Wilson has plenty of egg on her face after lambasting the UK for not joining the EU COVID-19 vaccine program. "This government's stubborn unwillingness to work with the EU is unforgivable" she stormed Imagine her horror when it was confirmed that the EU will be at least a month later than the UK in delivering the jab and that the US had now approved the vaccine. Germany is furious and its own health minister has said as much. The Germans want the EU to move much faster. MP Wilson of course would rather Twickenham and indeed the rest of this country waited...