Being a member means that you have joined the most open and democratic political party in Britain. 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. There is no age limit on membership, although children under the age of 15 cannot be enrolled as full voting members. 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.
Annual subscription: £25
Conservative Future Membership
As a Conservative Future member, you will be part of the largest political youth group in the United Kingdom. With over 15,000 members in the youth division of the national party, it is a very active group with something for all walks of life to enjoy.
Wycombe Conservative Future is an active group, which also has a Conservatives Society at Buckinghamshire New University. Events that members have been able to attend, have included:
- Formal Dinners
- Forum debates
- Local party events, giving the opportunity to meet Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Ian Duncan Smith MP for Chingford and Woodford Green and the Hon Jacob Rees-Mogg MP for North East Somerset
Annual Subscription: £5
The purpose of the Patrons’ group is to raise funds for the Conservative Party. Members meet two/three times a year, with events ranging from informal fork suppers, drinks and canape receptions, lunch in London. In recent years, guest speakers have included the Rt Hon Owen Paterson MP, Elizabeth Truss MP, and planned for later this year, Dr Liam Fox MP. At each of these events there will be a Q&A session with the guest speaker. Membership of the Patrons confers full membership of the Conservative Party.
Annual subscription: £480 for a couple - £280 for a single
Subscriptions can be paid in full via cheque/standing order, or monthly via standing order. Membership and Standing Order forms are available (below) to download - please send them to the WCA Office, or contact the Association office for further details, and to request hard copies of the forms if required.