Welcome to our website

Welcome to the website of Llanelli Conservatives. We are an active Conservative Party Association and growing fast, particularly amongst younger members.

On this website, you'll find our news, events, campaigns and what we stand for.

We'd love to hear from you - to get in touch, please call us on 01554 758017, or via the form on the Contact page.

Featured Story

Wednesday, 18 February, 2015
Selaine Saxby, the Prospective Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Llanelli has launched an online petition calling for one hour of free parking in the multi storey on Murray Street and across Llanelli from Carmarthenshire County Council.The petition also has the support of Andrew RT Davies, Leader of the Welsh Conservatives who has been in Llanelli this week.

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Local News

Monday, 26 January, 2015
Residents in Llanelli have faced council tax rises of up to 5% - amongst the highest council tax rises in the UK.
Friday, 3 October, 2014
Politicians of the future got the chance to put Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb through his paces when they met him recently in Burry Port.
Sunday, 1 March, 2015
Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Selaine Saxby, spoke of the innovation and worldwide success of Hendy firm, Biopharm, at last weekend’s Welsh...

National News

Click here to watch the full playlist on YouTube The Conservatives have a strong team, and a clear plan to secure a better future for you and your...
Britain was the fastest-growing major economy in 2014, and is set to grow even faster this year. And since 2010, there are 1.9 million more people...
Asked whether the last Labour government spent too much, Ed Miliband's answer was clear: "NO". (The Battle For Number 10, Sky/Channel 4, 26/3/2015)...
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