Local News

New Piries Place Car Park Open

The new Piries Place car park was officially opened on Wednesday 9 October by Conservative-controlled Horsham District Council.

Conservative Women's Organisation Lunch

The Conservative Women's Organisation of the Horsham Conservative Association held a luncheon on Saturday afternoon at the Côte Restaurant in Horsham. The guest speaker was Mims Davies MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Employment at the Department for Work and Pensions.

A Week in Politics

This is a reproduction of an article by Jeremy Quin MP, the Member of Parliament for Horsham.

Keeping Rail Services on the Right Track

Our local MP, Jeremy Quin has campaigned continuously since he was first elected in 2015 for a better local rail service for people in and around Horsham and the wider constituency. Many issues remain but it is nonetheless important to recognise real improvements to the service – and these are ha

Gough House Team Strengthened

Horsham Conservatives are today pleased to announce the addition of a new member of staff to the team at our Association Office in Gough House.

Addressing Climate Change

At the end of June MPs took the historic step of committing the UK to be a carbon neutral economy by 2050 - the first major industrialised country on earth to do.  That week in Parliament our MP, Jeremy Quin, met local Climate Change campaigners including from Nymans – the glorious gardens which

Parliamentary Recess

Parliament “rose” last Thursday for the Summer Recess which for MPs is an opportunity to escape from the Westminster bubble and immerse themselves in their constituencies. Our excellent MP, Jeremy Quin, has grabbed this opportunity with both hands.

Horsham Conservatives Annual Dinner

Last night, Horsham Conservative Association held its Annual Dinner at Slinfold Golf and Country Club. This is the Association's primary fundraising event and this year was no exception. 

Conservatives Retain Control of Horsham District Council

Following the local elections on Thursday 2 May, voters returned the Conservatives with a large majority ensuring that we retained control of Horsham District Council. While some Councillors were lost, new Conservatives also came on to the Council for the first time.