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Sean Anstee: We need a bold new Manchester

Cllr Sean Anstee is the Conservative Party candidate for Mayor of Greater Manchester and the Leader of Trafford Council.

Read his latest article on why he is running for Mayor.

Withington Constituency Fundraiser

Join Manchester Conservatives for a Sunday Lunch fundraiser on Sunday 2nd November at the Greenfinch, West Didsbury to support the Withington Constituency. The event will begin at 12.30 for 1pm.We'll be hosting Baroness Susan Williams of Trafford on the afternoon as our guest speaker, and holding a raffle with some excellent prizes!

CF: Evening with Jacqueline Foster, MEP

Manchester CF were delighted to host Jacqueline Foster, Conservative MEP for the North West to discuss issues facing Britain in Europe and a European Referendum.

Pre-Conference Brunch

Gorton Conservatives hosted a brunch today at Desi Foodies in Levenshulme welcoming a mix of party members and the local supporters.

MEP joins forces with blind and partially sighted in Manchester to call for better bus services

Jacqueline Foster MEP has joined forces with constituents from Manchester to call for more awareness among bus drivers of the needs of blind and partially sighted people. Jacqueline, who is the Conservative Party's Spokesman on Transport, met on Tuesday with Alba de Toro Nozal, from Manchester; Kimberley Burrows, from Salford and Lindsay Armstrong, Regional Campaigns Officer for the RNIB, following concerns that blind and partially sighted commuters are being left waiting at bus stops and not being given adequate information while onboard.

Withington Sunday Lunch

On Sunday 2nd November the City of Manchester Conservatives held a Sunday Lunch fundraiser at the Greenfinch, West Didsbury to raise funds for the Withington Constituency General Election campaign. More than 30 people came out for the event including members from across the City of Manchester, as well as friends and supporters from across Greater Manchester to enjoy a two course Sunday lunch, raffle and guest speech by Baronness Williams of Trafford.

Day of Unity Rally

Watch the highlights of Day of Unity, the rally took place in Manchester on 17th September 2014. The event was supported by a broad range of people from across the community and many Manchester Conservatives including our Federation Chairman, Nicholas Savage and Sajaad Karim MEP.

Pre-Conference Brunch Invite

Manchester Conservatives (Gorton Constituency) are pleased to invite both members and friends for a complimentary brunch at Desi Foodies in Levenshulme.  All are welcome! Saturday 27th September 2014, 11am - 703 Stockport Road, M12 4QN

Statement on Situation in Manchester

In the wake of the recent events in Gaza there have been reports of boycotts and attacks directed against local businesses owned by members of the Jewish community. Manchester Conservatives believe that everyone in our city is entitled to live free from the threat of intimidation and violence.We do not think it is ever acceptable for groups to target individuals on the basis of their race and religion. We therefore condemn these boycotts and attacks which have no place in a civilised Britain. Nicholas Savage - Chairman, City of Manchester Conservatives 

Conservative Spokesman welcomes latest rail investment in North West

The Conservative Spokesman on Transport & Tourism, and North West MEP, Jacqueline Foster has welcomed the latest investment in the region's rail network.Jacqueline was speaking after a visit by David Cameron and George Osborne to Manchester's Victoria Station, to see how £44 million is being invested on it.Across the North West, more than £400 million is being invested in the electrification of the railways - with £160 million being spent on the Liverpool to Manchester line.Jacqueline said: "It was great to see our Prime Minister and Chancellor in Manchester this week, as the latest stage in our rail investment plans become a reality, after just nine miles of track were electrified by the last Labour Government."By the end of next year, this massive investment will see an extra 3,000 seats available at peak times between the North West's two main cities, while stations across the region, not least at Manchester Victoria, are benefitting from a long-overdue refurbishment.