Lincoln Conservative Association is made up of like-minded people, whose aim is to build a better Lincoln by promoting Conservative values.
The Lincoln Conservative Association covers the Parliamentary constituency of Lincoln which encompasses the City of Lincoln and the villages of Bracebridge Heath, Skellingthorpe and Waddington East.
Our primary aim is to represent the Conservative cause in Lincoln. Working to secure the election of a Conservative MP, County Councillors and City Councillors. We actively promote the great work our local elected representatives do in their communities and help them to connect with you, their constituents.
As well as championing Conservative values and politics locally, we also promote Party membership while supporting our own active membership base. We have a great organisation, made up of all ages, for whom we organise a varied program of social and political events, from quiz nights to our Annual Dinner. We are always delighted to welcome new members. Head to our Get Involved page to find out how you can sign up and join us.
Lincoln is one of England's finest cities and first sent Members to Parliament in 1265, making it the oldest Constituency in continuous existence in the United Kingdom. The City is the County Seat of the County of Lincolnshire and is home to the magnificent Cathedral and Castle, two Universities (The University of Lincoln & Bishop Grosseteste University) and is home to Lincoln City and Lincolnshire County Councils. Lincoln is an ultra-marginal seat, as well as a swing seat, our members and supporters work every day to ensure that Lincoln elects a Conservative MP.
The day to day management of Lincoln Conservative Association is overseen by a Committee of Officers
President: Eddie Strengiel
Chairman: Jane Kendrick
Deputy Chairman Political: Christopher Reid
Deputy Chairman Membership: David Clarkson
Treasurer: Andrew Ogg
The Chairman, Deputy Chairman Membership, Deputy Chairman Political, Treasurer and up to three other officers of the Association are elected at the Annual General Meeting which is held in the May of each year. All paid up members are entitled to attend and vote.