Local News

Taking the NO campaign to the streets

Conservative Councillor Tom Marshall and local Tory Chairman, Richard Wilkinson, campaigned in Largs on Saturday, 30th August, to carry the NO campaign message to the street.

Liam Fox MP meets local Tories

Dr. Liam Fox MP for North Somerset attended North Ayrshire and Arran Conservatives annual lunch, held this year in the Village Inn, Fairlie.  

Euro Election Success

North Ayrshire Conservatives have congratulated Ian Duncan on his success in the recent Euro Elections.

Annabel in Confident Mood

Annabel Goldie, West of Scotland Conservative MSP, spoke to a group of Conservative supporters in Beith last Sunday. 

Active Support for Better Together

North Ayrshire Conservatives are actively supporting Better Together. Activists have helped to deliver leaflets, man street stalls and canvass throughout the area. 

Scots Tory No. 1 Candidate Visits North Ayrshire

Scottish Conservative and Unionist No. 1 Candidate Ian Duncan joined Annabel Goldie MSP on a campaign visit to North Ayrshire on Monday 5th May as part of his wider campaign tour across Scotland. He visited Ardrossan and Largs and spoke to residents about their concerns in the run up to polling day on the 22nd May.

Better Together campaign in Ayrshire

Local Conservatives gave support today to a leafleting campaign by Better Together, the cross-party campaign to keep Scotland part of the Union at the Referendum in September this year. The theme was ‘Leaving the UK means waving goodbye to the security of the UK Pound’.

Annabel Goldie MSP makes Maiden Speech

Congratulations to Annabel Goldie, West of Scotland Conservative MSP, who made her maiden speech in the House of Lords today. Her speech during a debate on Scottish Independence was well received by her new colleagues.

Ayrshire - Better Together

North Ayrshire and Arran Conservatives Constituency Chairman, Richard Wilkinson, went face to face this week with the Ayrshire Yes Scotland facilitator in this week’s edition of the Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald.  The exchange of views was vigorous and was one of a series of ‘conversations’ being run by the paper in the approach to the Referendum.