Warwickshire Conservatives | Volunteer
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Help us to build a brighter more secure future

We are getting Britain back on the right track but need the help and support of local people like you so that we can build a brighter more secure future for Britain and for Warwickshire.


If you’d like to get involved, there are a number of different ways you can help us depending upon the amount of time you wish to spend.


Campaign Days

We regularly hold local campaign days across the County with our MP and Conservative councillors. This often means holding a town centre street stall or talking to local residents on the doorstep or by phone.


Campaigning is always done as part of a team and it enables us to listen and act on the concerns and issues of local people and helps to identify new supporters.


These days are usually followed by a pub lunch or a drink. If you would like to take part in our campaign days, please get in touch.


Delivery Network

Taking about an hour of your time every other month and a little extra at election time, you’d be playing an important role making sure local residents recieve local newsletters and other literature to a small number of streets in your area. It’s also a great way of getting some excerise too!


If you can deliver local newsletters in your street for an hour or so every other month please contact us.


Display a poster

Displaying a poster in your window or on a stake in your garden, is a great way to show your support at election time. If you would like to display one of our posters please get in touch.


Do you own land which is highly visible from the road?

If so, we’d love to hear from you. At election time we always have a number of large all-weather outdoor signs, which make a huge impact when displayed in highly visible areas. If you would be able to display one of these signs for us on your land, please get in touch with us or contact your local Conservative Association.


Clerical work

Throughout the year local volunteers help us with clerical work, such as packing or writing envelopes, at our office or in the confort of their home.


Becoming A Councillor

Are you a Conservative who wants to improve your local area?


Are there things about your community you would like to change?


Do you believe local people should decide what is best for them?


Would you stand up for your neighbours if they needed your help?


If so, you are the ideal person to become a Conservative councillor.


Click here to find out more about becoming a Conservative Councillor or read our guides below.

Find out more by downloading our
Becoming A Councillor Guides below:

Becoming A Conservative Councillor
LGA Guide To Becoming A Conservative Councillor