Worcester YCs is a branch of Worcester Conservative Association working to bring together like-minded people from across the city and help get Conservatives elected to the City and County councils, as well as to Parliament.
If you’re under 25 and live in or around Worcester, and are thinking about getting involved in whatever way, no matter how frequently, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
How can I get involved?
There are different ways you can get involved and you can do so as often as you like. The Association runs campaigning action days throughout the year to deliver literature and speak to voters, both on the doorstep and over the phone. If you’re thinking of getting into campaigning, it’d be great to have your help!
You can also get involved by coming to social events, such as the Association’s online Q&A with Jacob Rees-Mogg in September. And if you have an idea for an event, it would be great to hear about it!
What if I don’t know anyone, or have never been campaigning before?
Don’t worry! Getting involved with the branch, either at events or through campaigning, is a great way to meet other YCs. And if you’ve never been campaigning before, we’ll provide help and support at every step. Even delivering a bundle of leaflets can be a massive help and is a great way to meet others!
How can I keep in touch?
Don’t hesitate to email [email protected] and remember to follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
Chair: Sam Ness