The Westminster North Conservative Association (WNCA) brings together likeminded people from the ten 'wards' (local government administrative areas) that together make up the constituency of Westminster North:
Abbey Road, Bayswater, Church Street, Harrow Road, Lancaster Gate, Little Venice, Maida Vale, Queen's Park, Regent's Park, and Westbourne.
Westminster North have a Management Committee that meets on a monthly basis to handle the day-to-day running of the Association, and an Executive Committee which meets less frequently. They hold many and varied events, both social and political, and our main focus is on campaigning to win elections across the constituency.
Everyone is welcome to attend any of their social functions, which are advertised on the events page of their site.
If you believe that hardworking people should be rewarded for their efforts and want to make a difference, get involved.
The Cities of London and Westminster Conservative Association (CLWCA) exists to win elections and promote and organise activity supporting the Conservative Party in the City of London and in ten wards of the City of Westminster:
Bryanston and Dorset Square, Churchill, Hyde Park, Knightsbridge & Belgravia, Marylebone High Street, St James's, Tachbrook, Vincent Square, Warwick, and West End.
The Association is one of the most dynamic and active in the Country and throughout the year, CLWCA organise a range of social and cultural events open to members and their guests. As well as being great fun in themselves, these events help us to raise the funds the association needs to mount campaigns and to assist Conservatives in other constituencies.
Special programmes are arranged for members aged between 18 and 30 (Conservative Future), members aged between 25 and 40 (Conservative Young Professionals), and women members (Women's Constituency Committee), those interested in Middle Eastern affairs (Middle East Cultural Group)and those interested in China (Chinese Conservative Group).
The Association organises a full programme of speaker meetings and discussion groups through the Conservative Policy Forum to debate the key issues facing Britain and the world and encourages Conservative supporters who live or work locally to join the Association and become actively involved in our work.