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Chamali Fernando, addressing Conservative Party Conference in September 2014 on the importance of Education in Securing a Better Future for Britain Education at Core of Conservative Agenda November 8, 2014 - Chamali Fernando, supports Caroline Derbyshire, Chairman of Cambridgeshire Secondary School Headteachers / Principal of Linton Village College to make sure the extra £23m for Cambridgeshire schools is not a one-off payment. Commenting in the Education Supplement of Cambridge News this … Continue reading
Former  Prime Minister Sir John Major with Cambridge City Conservative Association Former Prime Minister In Cambridge November 1, 2014 - The Rt Hon Sir John Major, KG CH attended a Reception at Wolfson College on Friday 31st October. Sir John spoke to a packed hall of guests, whose ages ranged from 17-92. The former Prime Minister expressed his warm support … Continue reading
Chamali Fernando visits the Arthur Rank Hospice Chamali visits Arthur Rank Hospice October 16, 2014 - Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Cambridge City, Chamali Fernando, visited the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity (ARHC) on Mill Road in Cambridge to find out more about the work of their dedicated care team. The Hospice continues to offer specialist palliative care … Continue reading

Cambridge City Needs YOU!

Cambridge City Conservative Association is a thriving political and social group that exists to promote the interests of Conservatives across Cambridge. We support the work of Shapour Metfah, our Conservative Councillor on Cambridge City Council, and the three Conservative Members of the European Parliament in the Eastern Region. We enjoy our links with the Cambridge University Conservative Association and their political activities.

Having come second in the 2010 general election, we are rebuilding our support across the city with the view to winning the seat back from the Liberal Democrats in 2015. If you love where you live, then why not help to make our historic city even better? We are now seeking local residents who may never have been involved in a political party but who are interested in putting something back into their community. Find out more