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  • 12 Sep 2016

    The Silverton & District branch of the Central Devon Conservative Association held a successful fundraiser on Friday (9th Sept) at Hayne House. The branch, which also covers Bradninch, Thorverton, Stoke Canon and a number of smaller villages, was re-launched earlier this year following an increase in party membership in the area. Guest speaker Mel Stride MP spoke to a packed event comprisin.... Read more...


  • 12 Sep 2016

    Organised by Crediton residents Chris Findell, Wendy Quick and Christina Squier the Central Devon Conservative Lunch Club held a successful fundraiser on Friday (9th Sept) at The Devon Hotel in Exeter with Central Devon’s local MP Mel Stride as its special guest.

    Mrs Findell said:

    “Friday was another very well-attended lunch which, as always, was both a good social occasion and a fa.... Read more...


  • 25 Aug 2016

    AN INDEPENDENT review of Devon County Council (DCC) division boundaries by the Boundary Commission has taken place over the past couple of years and its changes will come into force at the next round of DCC elections next May. Such reviews take place every decade or so to ensure divisions are evenly sized and in this instance DCC has also asked the Commission to reduce the overall number of cou.... Read more...


  • 04 Aug 2016

    The Silverton & District branch of the Central Devon Conservative Association which was re-launched earlier this year is preparing for its first fundraising event and has secured local MP Mel Stride as its guest speaker. The branch covers Silverton, Bradninch,Thorverton, Stoke Canon and a number of small.... Read more...


  • 02 Aug 2016

    The Central Devon Lunch Club is now accepting bookings for its Autumn Lunch to be held on Friday 9th September 2016 in the Regency Suite, The Devon Hotel, Matford, Exeter at 12 Noon for 12.30pm. The price for the Carvery, dessert, coffee and mints is.... Read more...


  • 20 Jul 2016

    CENTRAL DEVON’s hard-working local MP Mel Stride has been appointed by new Prime Minister Theresa May as a senior minister in the Whips Office and will play a key role in implementing the Government’s agenda.


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  • 18 Jul 2016

    A CDCA fundraiser held at Grey Gables in Bovey Tracey on Friday was a resounding success with more than 50 local party members and supporters attending. The evening was hosted by our new branch Chairman, Martyn Evans, with our local MP Mel Stride as guest speaker.Read more...


  • 02 Jul 2016

    MEMBERSHIP of the Central DevonConservative Association has reached its highest level since comparable recordsbegan in 2010 when the constituency came into existence at the 2010 GeneralElection. Numbers have been steadily on the r.... Read more...


  • 02 Jul 2016

    A BRILLIANT night was had by all at Great Fulford yesterday (01/07/16)where Boris Johnson and our local MP Mel Stride joined 200 members andsupporters for a buffet-style dinner event. The former Mayor of London gave aninspiring and entertaining talk followed by an intensive question and answersession. The event.... Read more...


  • 09 Jun 2016

    FORMER MAYOR OF LONDON Boris Johnson will be our guest speaker at a special fundraiser on Friday 1st July at Great Fulford near Dunsford. 


    Tickets for this event are disappearing fast but some are still available by contacting our office on 01392 823336 or emailing office@centraldevonconservatives.com. Tickets are £40 per person or £15 for Conservative Future members, and .... Read more...


  • 08 May 2016

    Alison Hernandez, the Conservative candidate for the post of Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner, was elected yesterday as the second person to undertake the role, after outgoing PCC Tony Hogg retired after serving one term. Alison received won the seat with 91,036 votes with the Labour candidate coming second with 87,242 votes after both went through to a second round. Turnout was.... Read more...


  • 18 Mar 2016

    CONSERVATIVE PARTY members across Central Devon gathered for their Annual General Meeting at the Boniface Centre in Crediton this evening. The mood was positive, being the first time members across the constituency had gathered since the party achieved a majority in the General Election last May.

    Conservative MP Mel Stride was re-elected with the largest majority of any MP in Devon, Corn.... Read more...






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