Broxbourne Conservatives prides itself on having an active and diverse number of younger members, who are organised alongside the main Association. Officially, we act as our own Branch within the Association, meaning that we have some independence over the way we run things, but also are able to get involved with the wider Association.
Becoming one of our younger members is a great way to get involved in Conservative politics locally, and to meet other, like minded individuals. As a group, we meet regularly for social events, including meals out, pub trips and events around the Borough and in London, in addition to other Association events. Many of our events are also open to non-members, so feel free to bring along your friends too!
Anyone aged 16-30 who joins the Broxbourne Conservative Association is automatically designated as a younger member. However, that does not mean that our younger members do not get involved with the Association as a whole. Currently, our Deputy Chairman Membership and Deputy Chairman Political both sit on the Management and Executive Teams of the Association, and a few of our younger members are also Borough Councillors.
Being a younger member, we also understand that money can be tight. That is why membership fees for all under 22s is only £5 for the year, and all of our younger members often receive discounted tickets for events such as our Annual Dinner, where last year we were seated at the same table as the Guest of Honour, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, the Rt Hon David Davis MP!
If you are interested in joining us as a younger member and you have any questions, please contact Sue in the Association Office (01992 479972 or firstname.lastname@example.org), and she will arrange for our Branch Chairman, Andreas Payne, to have a chat with you.