New group for young North Devon Tories
YOUNG Tories are being invited to join a new political youth organisation being launched in North Devon later this month. The Conservative Future group, open to anyone under the age of 30, is being launched by the party s North Devon prospective MP, Phi
YOUNG Tories are being invited to join a new political youth organisation being launched in North Devon later this month.
The "Conservative Future" group, open to anyone under the age of 30, is being launched by the party's North Devon prospective MP, Philip Milton, on Friday, February 23.
Guests will be able to take part in a question and answer session with members, while a representative of Exeter's Conservative Future branch will also be available to share their experiences.
Mr Milton said: "Members of Conservative Future come from a whole range of backgrounds. Whether you have quite a bit of spare time, or just a few minutes, there are plenty of ways you can get involved and make a real difference.
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"This launch party is an ideal way to see exactly what the Conservative Future group can offer, and find out more about the Conservatives, both nationally and locally. We look forward to seeing as many people as possible."
The launch at Mr Milton's Trimstone Manor Country House Hotel starts at 7pm. Entry is free but attendance is by ticket only, available from the North Devon Conservative Association on (01271) 343101 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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