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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.

Reasons to Vote Conservative on 2 May

Ahead of voters going to the polls on Thursday, we thought residents might like to know why they should vote for the Conservatives to keep Horsham District as beautiful and desirable as it is and not risk letting the Lib Dems or Labour messing it up.

 

Potholes, by the numbers.

Two million, fourteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty-seven to be precise. That’s how many potholes Conservative-run councils have fixed since 2016.

Horsham Conservatives AGM 2019

Following the Association AGM on 15 March, the following were elected for the coming year;

President - Brad Watson OBE

Chairman - Councillor Adrian M Lee

Deputy Chairman (Membership & Fundraising) - Bill Roff