Croydon Conservatives are calling on all residents to gather together to discuss how we can all work together to make Croydon a better place to live and work.
On the afternoon of Saturday 22nd April, senior Conservative councillors will be listening and discussing ideas from members of the public and will be considering them for inclusion in the Conservative Party manifesto for the forthcoming 2018 local elections.
Cllr Tim Pollard, Leader of the Conservative Councillors, comments: “In 2018 either the Conservatives or Labour will be in charge of Croydon Council. What we put in our manifestos will directly influence the shape of our home borough for decades to come.
“That’s why we feel it’s so important that we as Conservatives listen to everyone in our borough, to find solutions and come up with ideas to make Croydon fit for the future.”
As residents we all have ideas about how to improve our communities based on our everyday experiences. What issue affects you the most? If you were in charge, how would you fix it?
Come along on 22nd April to share those ideas and help shape the future of Croydon.
You do not have to be a member of the Conservative Party to attend any and all residents are welcome.
The world is changed by those who show up. Make time to show up to this afternoon of discussion and debate about the future of Croydon.
The event is taking place on Saturday 22nd April, from 1.30pm at the Croydon Conference Centre on Surrey Street.
Please register your attendance in advance by using www.croydonconservatives.com/Conference2017.
All are welcome to this FREE event but registration is mandatory to help advise us of numbers. If you do not register in advance then you may not be admitted on the day.