Dear all, I hope you have all had a great weekend. Firstly, I’d like to thank everyone that came to our Pubs Of York Social last week. We had over 30 attendees and it was great to get to know… Continue Reading
Dear all, I hope you are all well as we enter the final week of exams. I am sure you have all worked hard and that it will pay off soon! This is the last week of unofficial socials while… Continue Reading
Dear all, I hope your exams and essays are going well. As the title states, we are halfway there and most of us are living on a prayer. Don’t forget to get your Summer Ball ticket! They are selling fast… Continue Reading
Dear all, I hope you have all had a good week. As the quote suggests, here at the York Tories, we care about all of our members, and we will be demonstrating this with cocktails this week(See below)! Naturally, week… Continue Reading
Dear all, It has been a busy week for Cameron, but it is about to be an even busier week for the York Tories. We have a number of events this week for you all (See Below)! Eve Rimington Secretary Upcoming Events… Continue Reading
Dear all, I hope you have all had a lovely weekend, be it romantic or otherwise. Now that Valentine’s Day is over, you have no excuses to miss our events this week! Apart from our usual events, tomorrow at 6.00pm… Continue Reading
Port and policy, House of Lords debate and Christmas Ball… Dear all, This week will be taking a distinctly more intellectual tone with two policy-focussed events. However, that’s not to say that there are no opportunities for enjoyment, for both… Continue Reading
The York Tories, always ones for traditionalists decided to spend Halloween evening at their favourite spot – the Garden of India. They then joined the un-dead in a night on the town.
On 29th October, just two days until Halloween, the York Tories embarked on York’s premier ghost walk. They started at Clifford’s Tower in the dark of the night, and ventured forth to uncover the mysteries and secrets of supernatural York.… Continue Reading
A picture of the York Tories campaigning in Heslington in October 2014. They were delivering a survey to obtain the views of local residents and local MP Julian Sturdy’s newsletter.