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  • Tania Mathias PPC for Twickenham, Lord True, Leader of Richmond Council and Zac Goldsmith MP launch the Manifesto.
  • Candidates gather in the build up to the local elections
  • The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, joined Richmond Park and North Kingston MP, Zac Goldsmith and local Cllrs Meena Bond and David Linette in Kew. Boris came to see at first hand the positive benefit that the Richmond Card and 30 minutes free parking has had on small businesses within Kew Village

Election Results

The recent local elections on the 22nd May were a resounding success for the local Conservatives. Across the parliamentary constituency Conservative councillors now hold 32 of the 33 seats. This is due in no small part to the hard work of all of our candidates, activists and Association Officers. For the first time in 12 years the Conservatives now control the council in Kingston and have a significantly increased majority of 24 in Richmond. 

Your local Conservative councillors are:

Barnes: Paul Hodgins, Rita Palmer, Christine Percival

Canbury: Geoff Austin, Andrea Craig, David Glasspool

Coombe Hill: Rowena bass, Eric Humphrey, Gaj Wallooppillai

Coombe Vale: Roy Arora, Julie Pickering, Cathy Roberts

East Sheen: Brian Marcel, Lord True, Robert Thompson

Ham, Petersham and Richmond Riverside: Jean loveland, Sarah Tippett

Kew: Meena Bond, David Linnette, Monica Horner

Mortlake and Barnes Common: Paul Avon, Richard Martin, Gemma Stockley

North Richmond: Lisa Blakemore, Margaret Buter, Stephen Speak

South Richmond: Peter Buckwell, Pamela Fleming, Thomas O’Malley

Tudor: David Cunningham, Hugh Scantlebury, Frank Thompson 

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