The Women's Group is an important part of the Association, playing a valuable role both financially and administratively. Any member of the Association may choose to play a part in this group and may also opt to get involved with the national Conservative Women's Organisation.
The Conservative Women's Organisation (CWO) represents the women of the Conservative Party. Founded in 1919, its roots go back to 1885 and the Primrose League.
All members (men and women) of the Party can be members of the CWO as long as they agree to its Aim “To support more women into public life”. The CWO is the oldest women's political organisation in the world: striving for better female representation at all levels; developing transferable skills; increasing the number of women who vote; giving women more choices and opportunities in the Party and politics. The CWO has a large number of offerings which include: nationwide networking; volunteering and campaigning; and political forums.
You can contact the Conservative Women's Group by email, or via our offices at 90 Ebury Street.
For more information about the Conservative Women's Organisation please visit their website by clicking here.