People

County Councillor Jeff Clarke

Jeff Clarke is the County Councillor for Nuneaton East, having previously represented the St Nicolas Division before the recent boundary changes, and was first elected in May 2010. Since May 2013 Jeff serves on the Cabinet  at Shire Hall as Portfolio Holder for Transport and Environment.

County Councillor Jeff Morgan

Jeff Morgan was first elected at a by-election in July 2015 and represents the Bulkington & Whitestone Division on Warwickshire County Council. Prior to the recent boundary changes Jeff represented the Whitestone & Attleborough Division.

County Councillor Margaret Bell

Margaret Bell represents the Hartshill and Mancetter Division on the County Council since May 2017.

On the County Council Margaret Serves on the Children & Young People Overview and Scrutiny Panel and the Regulatory Committee.

County Councillor Colin Hayfield

Colin Hayfield has been a County Councillor since 2001 and represents the Coleshill South & Arley Division on the County Council..

He is the the Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Education & Learning.

Anthea McIntyre MEP

Anthea took her seat as an MEP in December 2011 and was appointed as the Conservative Employment Spokesman in January 2012.  She also serves on both the Agriculture committee and the Civil Liberties, Justice & Home Affairs committee in the European Parliament.Her background as a Party Campaigner is extensive and includes periods as a County Councillor, Parliamentary candidate, Constituency officer and service at Regional and National level.

Daniel Dalton MEP

I grew up in Kenilworth, and I am a graduate of both Coventry and Warwick Universities. Having been educated in the region I have also spent most of my working life in the West Midlands.

List of Association Officers

The officers of Nuneaton Conservative Association are responsible for the day-to-day running of the Association. The officers are elected every year at the Annual General Meeting by all members of the Association.

The current list of officers are as follows: