Wells Conservatives is a large and active association with a vibrant social calendar and with lots of opportunities for political campaigning. We welcome new members all the time – whatever your age and wherever you’re from. Just get in touch and it would be great to have you along to one of our events or get you involved in some local campaigning.
Our Member of Parliament is James Heappey, a former Army officer who grew up in the county and now lives in Axbridge, right in the middle of the Wells constituency, with his wife and young family. He was elected on the 7th of May 2015.
The Wells parliamentary constituency covers around 215 square miles of stunning countryside in the north west of the county of Somerset. To the north and east of the constituency are the Mendip Hills, to the west is the Somerset coast and the Bristol Channel and to the south are the Somerset Levels. The main centres of population are the large villages of Cheddar, Street, Walton, Chilcompton and Wedmore; the towns of Axbridge, Highbridge, Burnham-on-Sea, Glastonbury and Shepton Mallet and the cathedral city of Wells.
The Wells Conservative Association also has within its ranks 19 Mendip District Councillors, 18 Sedgemoor District Councillors and 11 Somerset County Councillors including the leader of the County Council, John Osman, and the leader of Mendip District Council, Harvey Siggs.
Member of Parliament
If you'd like to find out more about James please visit his website.