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Input/cca.voice , magazine of the Conservative Councillors' Association, 2001-2019


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  • 2001-2019

Language of Materials

  • English

Full range of shelfmarks:

PUB 232; PUB 605

Biographical / Historical

The Conservative Councillors' Association was formed following the 1998 reorganisation of the Conservative Party, at which time much of the work hitherto carried out by departments of Conservative Central Office in conjunction with Advisory Committees of the National Union was transferred to semi-autonomous or independent groups. Such groups were required to be officially approved by the newly-created Conservative Party Board as being affiliated to the Conservative Party.

The Conservative Councillors' Association is an independently-run organisation managed by the Local Government Board, and exists to provide a strong and unified voice for all Conservative councillors within the Party and in the wider community. All elected Conservative Councillors are required to be members of the Conservative Councillors' Association. Council candidates, parish and town councillors, and other members of the Party with a strong local government connection are eligible to join as Associate Members.

Production of Input magazine began in c.2000, but only copies produced since 2002 are currently held in the Conservative Party Archive. Following a re-design and re-brand in May 2012, Input ceased publication and was replaced by a new A5-format magazine called cca.voice.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom