Local News

Chairman Neil Clarke welcomes The appointment of the new PM

Cllr Neil Clarke, chairman of Rushcliffe Conservative Association, is pictured congratulating Boris Johnson on his campaign just before the ballot result was announced.

The final result of the ballot was

Jeremy Hunt 46,656
Boris Johnson 92,153

The turnout was 87.4%

Thank You

We would like to say a BIG Thank you to everyone who voted for us in the Rushcliffe Borough Council local elections. We remain in control of the Council, and will get on with delivering what we have promised for local residents.

Thursday is the Day!

On Thursday 2nd May, we need your help to ensure the Local Conservative Group remain in control of Rushcliffe Borough Council. We have ensured that the Council Tax is the LOWEST in Nottinghamshire, that the Council is Debt Free, and is short llisted for Council of the Year. 

Maureen Stockwood, your Candidiate for Cranmer!

Two time Mayor of Rushcliffe and Cranmer Ward Councillor  Maureen Stockwood is pictures delivering her fantastic  manifesto to the people of Aslockton, birthplace of Thomas Cranmer! Jot that down if you like your Pub Quizzes! 

Davinder is out and about in Gamston South!

Our Candidate for Gamston South, Davinder Virdi has been out and about meeting residents across the ward. The feedback has been really positive for what the Conservatives do in Rushcliffe, and supportive of our future plans! 

Out and about with the Ruddington Team

On Saturday morning 6th April 2019, the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke QC MP CH joined our Ruddington team, Cllr Martin Buckle and new candidates Mrs Sibby Buckle and Mr Gary Dickman, in the village.

The Rushcliffe Conservative Manifesto is here!

The Rushcliffe Conservatives are delighted to share our exciting manifesto for what we will deliver for residents, should you re-elect us on May 2nd. Your Conservative administration at Rushcliffe Borough Council has delivered a debt-free Council, with the lowest Council Tax in Nottinghamshire.

Out and about in Lutterell Ward

Our Candidates for Lutterell ward have been out and about in the area chatting to residents and discussing what they would do for the area if elected at the election on May 2nd. Pictured is Stephen Duckworth while visiting residents on Boxley drive.