Being a member means that you have joined one of the oldest and most influential political parties in the world. 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
Young Conservatives Membership
As a Young Conservative, 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 Young Conservatives is an active group. Events that members have been able to attend, have included:
- Formal Dinners
- Forum debates
- Local party events
Members must be under 26.
Annual Subscription: £5
Why do we have patrons?
Every local branch of the Conservative Party has patrons group, for the purposes of funding the local office, supporting the Member of Parliament and adding a little extra money to the fighting fund of the Party. Elections in recent years have becoming more and more important, and yet tougher and tougher to fight.
Why would someone want to be a patron?
That’s easy - most people like being “on the inside” feeling their voice is really being heard, meeting like-minded people to have fun: but fun with a purpose: meeting MP’s, journalists, and the people who influence the way our country is run.
What does a patron receive?
A patron receives invitations to exclusive Conservative Party events. Every year, our patron groups puts on parties, suppers and lunches locally and in London, which are attended by top MPs and political influencers – including Dominc Raab, Priti Patel and Rishi Sunak. If they have the means, our patrons are more than welcome to host events themselves.
And the knowledge that their support is making a very meaningful and recognised contribution to the campaigns of the Conservative Party in the local area.
What is the cost of becoming a patron?
It costs £282 per year to become a patron of Wycombe Conservatives Association.