The Keighley and Ilkley Conservative Association is the home of the Conservative Party in the Keighley Parliamentary constituency - we're based at Churchill House, in the heart of Keighley. We cover 6 Bradford Metropolitan District Council wards; Keighley Central, Keighley West, Keighley East, Ilkley, Craven, and the Worth Valley. 

Our Councillors and candidates are committed to providing strong representation for all residents of the Keighley and Ilkley District - always staying true to our Mission Statement; 

"To further the cause of Conservatism across the Keighley and Ilkley District. To provide effective and proactive representation for the residents of our area, to provide consistent and robust opposition to Bradford's Labour run Council - and to do so by having the strongest argument, not the loudest voice."


Keighley Parliamentary Constituency;

The Keighley Parliamentary constituency includes the communities of Ilkley, Addingham, Silsden, Steeton, Eastburn, Riddlesden, Haworth, Oakworth, Oxenhope, Laycock, Braithwaite, Utley, Lower Utley, Morton, East Morton, Sandbeds - as well as the more urban Keighley Town centre. 


Our site provides you with our latest activities, including:

  • News from our District Councillors
  • Information about our regular events
  • Details of our Association Officers and their contact details
  • Links to our social platforms - and those of our Councillors. 
  • Providing you with a means to become a member.


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Member's Open House

Friday, 18th October 2019
Every Friday morning will see Churchill House open its doors to our members. Dro...

Halloween Coffee Morning

Saturday, 26th October 2019
We'd love for our members to join us at our monthly Coffee Morning, held at Chur...

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