Volunteer - make friends, gain new skills and help make a difference!
With elections happening most years, our local volunteers are active across the constituency from Rustington in the east to Aldwick in the west. We encourage all Conservative supporters who live or work in the Bognor Regis and Littlehampton area to join our association (BRLCA).
But there are plenty of other ways to get involved. Why not get involved, meet new people and find out more about the Conservatives locally?
Volunteer by using the form on this page to start helping the Conservatives in Bognor Regis and Littlehampton.
Conservative Party activists walk thousands of steps for us in all weathers, deliver hundreds of thousands of leaflets and hold key persuasion conversations with voters.
Why? Because the Conservatives offer a future after Brexit where we move on to focus on our priorities – which are also your priorities.
We need people like you to help elect Conservatives up and down the country. Get involved and start volunteering. Below is more information about the tasks that you can get involved with.
The purpose of canvassing is to represent our Party on the doorstep and to engage in positive and friendly discussions with residents to collect data. At a canvassing session the group organiser will give you a briefing about our candidate, local issues and the objectives.
The organiser will tell you which doors to knock on based on the information from the canvassing board. After your door-step discussion with the resident, you will need to report back to the organiser so the information can be logged.
The Party organises regular local events with members and supporters as a way to connect like-minded people and raise funds for the Party. These friendly local events represent a great opportunity to meet others and contribute to the success of the Party.
Keeping in touch with residents via literature helps to build up the local Conservative brand and raises the profile of our candidates and our MP, Nick Gibb.
Our team will work with candidates to design and write our literature. Once printed, they will bundle up the leaflets or newspapers with maps.
The distribution of our leaflets requires volunteers. Supporting BRLCA by joining the delivery network is a valued method of volunteering.
Our telephone canvassing is called Connect Calling. This is similar to door-to-door canvassing but instead we telephone the resident. All you need is a computer, telephone and internet connection. Our system will tell you who to call and presents an on-screen script with multiple choice options.
We can organise Connect Calling in person or virtually.
Office Support and Admin Tasks
Sometimes we need help with the inputting of data. This involves uploading the data from our canvassing returns and other sets of information.
There may be other office and admin activities, such as bundling leaflets and stuffing envelopes.
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This is an extremely rewarding experience. It gives you the opportunity to help your local community and be part of a dedicated team providing key services for your area. Being a councillor is a great way to gain political experience and useful skills in public speaking, debating and problem solving.
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