Weaver Vale Conservative Association is a modern, forward-looking Association of like-minded people from all walks of life; rich, poor, young or old with a common belief that their country should be run by a Conservative Government. We campaign for Graham Evans and our local councillors.
The Association has an elected Management Committee, which looks after the administration of functions such as Parliamentary & Council Candidate Selection, Campaigning and Constituency events.
As well as the political work carried out by the Association there are many and varied social functions organised by the Management Committee.
If you want to make a difference then please visit the Get Involved page, which lists ways in which you can help.
Weaver Vale is a County Constituency in Cheshire and comprises urban areas of Northwich and Eastern Runcorn, together with the rural areas inbetween including Frodsham, Helsby, Kingsley and Weaverham. Weaver Vale contains parts of both Halton and Cheshire West & Chester Councils.
The constituency was created in 1997 from parts of Eddisbury, Halton, Tatton and Warrington South and was won by Labour, however their majority continued to fall, almost halving from to 6,855 in 2005, making Weaver Vale a key marginal seat for 2010.
In May 2010, 3 years after his selection as our Parliamentary candidate, Graham Evans was first elected as the Conservative Member of Parliament for Weaver Vale, with 38.5% of the vote and an 6.9% swing in comparison to the 5% swing achieved accross the country.
In May 2015, Graham's margin increased to 43.2% of the vote with a further 4.3% swing in his direction.
You can read more about Graham on his page: Graham Evans