Get involved

There are lots of ways to get involved. Please let us know if you want to join our Association support our campaigns, come to events, deliver a few leaflets now and then or provide admin support.

Being a member of St Albans Conservative Association means that you have joined one of the most open and democratic political parties in Britain. After the first three months of your membership, you will be entitled to a vote in Party ballots. You will also have a chance to influence Party policy by letting us know your views through the Conservative Policy Forum.

Any person living in the United Kingdom is eligible to join the Conservative Party. Applicants are not required to be registered voters or UK nationals, and there is no upper or lower age limit on membership, although children under the age of 15 cannot be enrolled as full voting members.

Membership fees, donations and fundraising initiatives pay for campaigns which win elections. So please give us your support to enable us to support our councillors and candidates to deliver Conservative policies locally.


Join the Association

You can join us by visiting For more information about joining please contact Jane West


Conservative Policy Forum.

We host a regular Conservative Policy Forum. This has regular meetings on a range of different topics and provides members with an excellent opportunity to influence Party policy.



We arrange a number of fundraising and networking events including BBQs, quizzes, talks and dinners.






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