At the General Election held last Thursday Nick Gibb was once again re-elected to serve as our Member of Parliament. In the Election, Nick increased his majority by 5000 and raised his share of the vote by 4.5 percentage points. A resounding success and we congratulate him and all those who cam
ITN news was pleased to be chosen to host the only live leadership debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt and naturally wanted the most comprehensive build up before, during and after the event. For this they turned to Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Conservative Association which, in their
The final of the Cricket World Cup was watched by many of us but did you know of the local connection to England's newest fast bowler. When Jofra Archer first arrived from Barbados he spent his first two seasons playing for Middleton Cricket Club before joining the Sussex squad at Hove.
The Conservative led ADC responded promptly to the news that the popular café/restaurant “Look and Sea” had closed its doors due to financial problems. The Council quickly determined that the venue would be more viable without its visitor information centre and educational experience and propose
Tom Tugendhat MP and Chairman of the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Select Committee was the guest at a lunch hosted by Littlehampton Conservatives last Saturday in the splendid surroundings of the Millennium Chamber. Introduced by the Branch Chairman, Geoffrey Walker, Tom, who had visited a vet
The Rt Hon Penny Mordant, MP and Secretary of State for International Development was our guest at an Association dinner held last Friday, 19th October, to celebrate Trafalgar Day. An appropriate choice because Penny is not only a Portsmouth girl but also a Royal Navy reservist.
Avisford Park Hotel was the venue last Friday for a Meeting organised by BRLCA to discuss Brexit. Attended by members of the Association we were joined by members from other constituencies across Sussex.
On Saturday 16th June, Littlehampton Conservatives held a street stall in the town centre of the branch. The team met with local residents, discussed pressing issues and concerns in and around the town, and had the opportunity to meet new potential members, volunteers and activists.
Local Activist and Association Vice-Chairman, Kate Eccles (2nd row, 2nd from left), joined a national Conservative Women's Organisation event on campaigning effectively, led by the national CWO Chairman and prominent campaigner, Julie Iles.
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