Conservatives select local mum to fight 2015 election

The Camberwell and Peckham Conservative Association has selected local mum of three Naomi Newstead to square off against Labour’s Harriet Harman in the 2015 General Election. Naomi was brought up near Loughborough Junction and went to Lyndhurst Primary School in Grove Lane. She was educated at a South London comprehensive – Pimlico School – and Southwark College. Naomi has always lived in South East London and currently resides in Forest Hill, where she is bringing up three boys who go to the local primary school in Honor Oak.


Thursday is election day and here in Southwark we'll be heading to the polling stations armed with two ballot papers: one for elections to the European Parliament and one for elections to Southwark Council. 

Is the Yellow Tide Going Out?

The untold story of May's local elections is how the Liberal Democrats have been driven back to their heartlands. Their strategy for seizing 100 seats in Parliament has unravelled. Rob Hayward, President of the Camberwell & Peckham Conservative Association, explains why.

UKIP If You Want To

Come 2015, after a moment of gentlemanly respect, Camberwell and Peckham Conservative Association will be battling our UKIP adversaries as hard as we've taken the fight to Harriet Harman in previous years.

Workshop: Introduction to the Internet

The Camberwell and Peckham Conservatives have continued their tradition of helping the most vulnerable in our community.  This month we provided free specialist computer skills training to pensioners and retirees. 

Statement on the Passing of Baroness Thatcher

Last week Britain lost one of its finest Prime Ministers and the Conservative Party lost one of its finest leaders. Lady Thatcher was a great champion of freedom, a staunch opponent of socialism, and a true believer in human liberty... 

Camberwell & Peckham launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.