Whether it's delivering a few leaflets locally, displaying a poster at election time or going out campaigning with Matthew there are lots of ways to get involved.
You can use the button on the left-hand side of this page to donate directly to my campaigning* or you may be able to help in some of these other ways...
Help to deliver leaflets locally
Despite the growing use of technology almost all campaigns rely on delivering leaflets direct through people's door. Leaflets are paid for and delivered by volunteers just like you. If you can help out by delivering a few leaflets in your local area please click here.
Campaign with Matthew
Click here if you are willing to come out campaigning with me. Knocking on doors and talking to residents directly is one of the best ways to identify the issues that really matter to people.
Register for a postal vote
Anyone can now register to vote by post. Whether you expect to be away for polling day or just find a postal vote more convenient you can click here to apply for a postal vote.
Display a poster at election time
Whether it's is a poster board in your garden or a paper poster in your window, showing your support at election time can make a really difference. Click here if you are able to help.
Join your local Conservative
*POLITICAL PARTY ELECTIONS AND REFERENDUMS ACT 2000 (PPERA)
Under the Political Party Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (PPERA) you must be on the electoral register in the UK excluding the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man in order to make a donation of more than £500.
If you donate more than £7,500 to the Party, we are obliged under the Political Parties Elections and Referendums Act 2000 to report such a donation to the Electoral Commission, who will publish the fact that you have made a donation over £7,500. For more information, please see http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/