It’s that time of year again for the Young Britons Foundation (YBF) Parliamentary rally. YBF is a non-partisan, not-for-profit educational, research and training organisation that promotes conservatism in schools, colleges and universities. Every year it hosts an event in the… Continue Reading
A picture of York Tories campaigning in Fishergate in March 2014, delivering a survey to obtain the views of local residents.
A picture of York Tories Super Saturday Action Day of campaigning in Huntingdon and the surrounding areas in March 2014. The group were joined by Julian Study MP and several of the Yorkshire & the Humber MEP Candidates.
A picture of York Tories kicking off York Conservatives’ Telephone Canvassing Sessions in March 2014. The two-hour sessions meant that the group were able to phone an entire polling district, listening to resident’s views on local and national issues.
On the 4th of March, the York Tories, York Labour Club and York Liberal Democrats hosted a Cross-Party Quiz. The event was attended by a considerable number from all three parties who were split up for the quiz teams. Different… Continue Reading
A picture of York Tories campaigning in Osbaldwick in February 2014, delivering a survey to obtain the views of local residents.
On Friday 21st February, the York Tories hosted an evening in the Ron Cooke Hub at the University of York with Andrea Jenkins, the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Morley and Outwood. This is the current seat of the Shadow Chancellor,… Continue Reading
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood descended on The University of York on Wednesday as the York Tories held a movie and free pizza night. More than 20 members attended gorging themselves on a selection of £200 worth of pizza… Continue Reading
Despite some members of the Association having an apparent fascination with the 14th February, numbers were hardly diminished for our weekly pilgrimage to G’India. The cheery, and noticeably care-free, group which met in D-Bar noticed nothing more than a higher number… Continue Reading
A picture of York Tories campaigning in Micklegate in February 2014, delivering a survey to obtain the views of local residents.