Reigate & Banstead Conservative Association covers the Parliamentary Constituency of Reigate, including the towns of Banstead, Redhill & Reigate and many smaller villages.

 

If you have any queries, would like more information, or wish to join us, please call us on 01737 249 740, or email office@rbca.org.uk.

Rod Ashford won the Kingswood With Burgh Heath by-election. Find out more here. 

Find out more about standing as a Councillor next year, for the 2017 County Council elections and also for the 2018 Borough elections.

Find out more about the Conservative MP for Reigate, Crispin Blunt. In May 2015, Crispin was re-elected with a majority of 22,334.

We host lots of social events across the Borough every month - just look at our social calendar to find out more!

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Congratulations to Rod Ashford, the new Conservative Borough Councillor for Kingswood With Burgh Heath!

Rod was elected last night with a 73% share of the vote (839 out of 1147 votes) - thank you to all who have assisted throughout the campaign.

As a Borough Councillor, Rod will preserve the unique character of Kingswood with Burgh Heath by working alongside local Councillors, Simon Parnall and Ros Mill to ensure that any development is in keeping with the local area, whilst also working to improve your public services and local support.

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