About Sutton Coldfield Conservative Association

Our Conservative Association has its offices on Sutton High Street from where we administer the work of our party in the Sutton Coldfield Constituency.

This includes providing a local office for our Andrew Mitchell,servicing the needs of our party members in Royal Sutton Coldfield and working to secure the election of our MEPs and Conservative City Councillors.

In addition the Constituency Association organises, through a number of clubs such as our local branches, women's branches and young persons branch, many events, social action projects and campaigning activities.

Parliamentary Candidate: Andrew Mitchell

President: Cllr Margaret Waddington JP
Chairman: Mr Ewan Mackey
Deputy Chairman Campaigning: Charlotte Hodivala
Deputy Chairman Membership: Dr Nitish Raut
Hon. Treasurer: Mr Peter Fowler

Constituency Agent and Chief Executive: Mr Dominic McDonough

Constituency Administrator: Mrs Rhoda Gilbert

Sutton Coldfield is situated on the North Eastern outskirts of Birmingham in the ceremonial county of Warwickshire. The area is famous for being granted the title of Royal Town by Henry VIII. The Royal status was believed to have been lost by administrative error or by being incorporated into Birmingham. A high profile local campaign by Andrew Mitchell with the Sutton Coldfield Observer resulted in the title being reaffirmed on 12th June 2014.

The constituency was created in 1945 and has returned four MPs since then, all Conservative: Sir John Mellor, Geoffrey Lloyd and Norman Fowler who now holds the title of Baron Fowler of Sutton Coldfield. Since 2001, the constituency has been represented by Rt. Hon. Andrew Mitchell.

We are a thriving and vibrant Association with political discussion groups and fun social activities. The Association also campaigns hard to keep Conservative councillors elected to the Council. Sutton Coldfield is part of Birmingham City Council which is run by a Labour administration since May 2012. Sutton's Conservative councillors keep a keen eye on Labour to make sure Sutton gets a fair deal.

Now is an exciting time to join the Sutton Coldfield Conservatives.

As a member locally, you will also be a member of the Conservative Party nationally, entitling you to take part in ballots, policy discussions and even to stand for election.

While we welcome people who want to get involved, we equally appreciate the quiet support of local people who are perhaps too busy to be active but want to help us by paying an annual subscription.

With a Conservative majority back in charge of the country there has never been a better time to be a member of the Conservatives.