Our Commitment to Library Services in Redditch

REDDITCH Conservatives has reaffirmed its commitment to library services in Redditch following the award of over £16m by central government into the town as part of the Town Investment Plan, which will contribute to a range of upgrades for Redditch that Redditch...

E-Scooters cover Over 50,000km of journeys across Redditch

Councillor Matt Dormer, the Leader of Redditch Conservatives, has welcomed a milestone in the town's use of e-scooters as data reveals over 50,000km have been covered by riders since October 2020. Redditch was the first UK town to appoint Bird as their supplier for...

£15.6m Town Deal Money Confirmed for Redditch

Rachel Maclean MP and Cllr Matt Dormer have hailed the awarding of £15.6 million from the Towns Fund as an historic moment for Redditch. Today (June 8th), the Government has announced Redditch has been awarded this landmark Town Deal funding. This funding...

Sign Rachel’s petition to bring back the Garden Suite cancer unit to Redditch

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust ‘temporarily’ moved the Garden Suite Chemotherapy Unit from the Alexandra Hospital to Kidderminster Hospital during the pandemic in order to keep chemo patients safe. However, Trust bosses have now publicly said that, in the...

Remember: you’ve got two votes for County Council

POLLING day is coming up on Thursday 6th May in the biggest set of elections since the pandemic. Polls open 7am to 10pm on the day. Many people have already voted by post. If you still have your postal ballots you need to ensure they are returned to Town Hall by...

Welcome

Redditch County Conservative Association brings together the whole Conservative Party team that is based within the Redditch County Parliamentary Constituency, which also includes the rural villages of Hanbury, Cookhill, The Lenches, and Inkberrow as well as the urban Borough of Redditch.

The constituency is represented in Parliament by Rachel Maclean MP.

At the local government level, Redditch Borough Council is led by Councillor Matt Dormer and his team of Conservatives who hold 20 out of 29 seats, as at the May 2022 elections. The Redditch area also sends 8 representatives to Worcestershire County Council led by Councillor Simon Geraghty.