The Vale of Glamorgan Conservative and Unionist Association covers the Vale of Glamorgan parliamentary constituency and support the election of Conservatives at all levels of government; local, regional and national. We organise campaigning, social and fundraising events to support this goal and are always welcome new members and volunteers to join us.
The Association is well-established and has a proud history and tradition. We are fortunate to cover a diverse constituency, from beautiful rural communities to the market towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major to the busy coastal town of Barry – the largest town in Wales.
Our website provides information on the Association and its officers, exciting news and upcoming events, useful contacts, and information on your different Conservative representatives across the Vale. If you’d like more information on how you can get involved with the Party in your area, or if we can be of any other assistance, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Jeffrey James MBE OSJ Chairman
Former leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council Jeff James is the Chairman of the Vale Conservatives, overseeing its operations and providing leadership.
Cllr Russell Spencer-Downe, Deputy Chairman (Membership and Fundraising)
Well-known local businessman Russell Spencer-Downe is a Deputy Chairman of the Vale Conservatives. The Deputy Chairman Membership and Finance has particular responsibility for membership, fundraising and dealing with all the financial matters of the Association.
Cllr Leighton Rowlands, Deputy Chairman (Political)
Deputy Mayor for Barry Town Council, Leighton Rowlands is a Deputy Chairman of the Vale Conservatives. The Deputy Chairman – Political & Campaigning (DCPC) has responsibility for co-ordinating within the Constituency Association the formulation and development of policy ideas and initiatives, and political campaigning.