Wandsworth Action Day w/ Maria Caulfield MP Vice Chair for Women

Date
Saturday, 21st April 2018
Time
10:30-12:45

CCF is delighted to welcome the Conservative Party's Vice Chair for Women Maria Caulfield MP to a special campaign day on Saturday 21st April 2018.

We will be campaigning for Alison Rodwell, Conservative Candidate for West Hill Ward in Wandsworth Council.

We will be canvassing from 10:30am to 12:45pm and all participants are invited to stay for drinks afterwards at Old Fields Pub, 20 Replingham Road, SW18 5LS.

If you are a CCF member who is also standing for election please do let us know by email: ccf@conservatives.com

 

About Maria Caulfield MP:

Maria was born to Irish immigrant parents living in Wandsworth where she grew up on a council estate. On leaving school she became an NHS nurse specialising in cancer treatment and becoming a Senior Sister at the Royal Marsden.

Maria stood and won a formerly Labour held seat on Brighton and Hove City Council. She held the Housing Portfolio before standing as the Conservative Candidate for Lewes ahead of the 2015 General Election.

Maria won the seat and was reelected in the 2017 General Election with an increased majority.

 

About Alison Rodwell: 

Alison is a graduate of the CCF's IMPACT Leadership Programme.

Alison has lived in West Hill for 8 years with her husband and two children. She volunteers at a local primary school and her family are members of St Michael’s Church.

In recent years she has worked in sustainability, helping businesses build a greener and fairer future, and has been involved in campaigns to reduce the impact of traffic and air pollution. She has also chaired boards of start-up charities and social enterprises.

You can follow Alison on Twitter: @alisondrodwell

You can email her: alisonwesthillcons@gmail.com

 

The CCF will be out on the road over the next few months campaigning for the local elections with CCF members who are standing as local Council Candidates across the UK.

We are committed to increasing the balance and diversity of our elected representatives and we are passionate about standing alongside our women members as they stand for election.

This is the perfect way of getting involved in campaigning, either for the first time, or to get back into the swing of door knocking and leafleting as 2018 gets underway.