Esher & Walton Conservative Association
Hello and welcome to the website of the Esher & Walton Conservative Association (EWCA) and Elmbridge Conservatives. Here you will find details of our current campaigns, information on how to join the Party and your local branch, and details of your local representatives.
We cover the areas of Claygate, Cobham & Downside, Hersham, Hinchley Wood, Esher, Long Ditton, East and West Molesey, Oatlands & Burwood Park, Oxshott, Stoke d'Abernon, Thames Ditton, Walton-on-Thames, Weston Green and Weybridge St George's Hill.
Dominic Raab is the Conservative MP for Esher & Walton constituency having been elected in 2010 and with an increased majority in 2015.
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Elmbridge's new coalition administration appears to be back-tracking on an election promise to introduce free car parking in the borough.
In the run up to May’s full council elections (where all 48 seats were up for grabs) the Residents Association Group criticised the Conservatives for putting up charges to cover the cost of maintaining car parks and pledged that, if returned to power, it would “review the level of car park charges” and to scrap them altogether on Saturdays.
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