Aylesbury Constituency Conservative Association (ACCA) covers the Parliamentary constituency of Aylesbury which encompasses the town of Aylesbury, nearby villages of in the Aylesbury Vale including larger villages like Wendover and Aston Clinton and smaller villages like Buckland and Weston Turville as well as the rural villages surrounding (but not including) Princes Risborough including the larger villages of Hugendden Valley and Stokenchurch and the smaller villages of Lacey Green, Speen, Little & Great Hampden, Radnage, Bledlow, Bledlow Ridge, Sauderton & Bradendham.
Our primary aim is to represent the Conservative cause in the Aylesbury consstituency working to secure the election of a Conservative MP, Unitary Councillors and Town Councillors in Aylesbury Town. We actively promote the great work local elected representatives do in their communities and help them to connect with you, their constituents.
As well as championing Conservative values and politics locally, we also promote Party membership while supporting our own active membership base. We have a great organisation, made up of all ages, for whom we organise a varied programme of social and political events from debate forums to quiz nights, themed lunches, curry clubs and dinners with political speaker. We are always delighted to welcome new members. Head to our ‘Get involved’ page to find out how you can sign up and join us!
Aylesbury is a constituency created in 1553 — created as a single-member seat in 1885 — represented in the House of Commons since 2019 by Rob Butler. The seat has been held by a Conservative MP since 1924.
The day to day management of Aylesbury Constituency Conservative Association is overseen by a Committee of Officers and an Agent. The Officer committee 2020-2021 are:
President: Councillor Steve Bowles
Chairman: Councillor Steve Broadbent
Deputy Chairman Political: Councillor Mark Winn
Deputy Chairman Membership and Fundraising: Cllr Ashley Waite
Treasurer: Mr Paul Couling
Agent: Miss Sarah Sproat
If you would like to contact one of the Association officers, you can do so via email@example.com