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HISTORY


Westhoughton Conservative Club was Opened on 29th March 1890 by Mr Frank Hardcastle M.P. It was built as a Conservative Club at a cost of 1000 and is a Member of The Association of Conservative Clubs.

Reference :-
Lancashire Online Parish Project,
The Parish Of Westhoughton in the County of Lancashire

The Association is associated with the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom. It represents and provides support to the largest association of political clubs in the country estimated at 1,100. The Association of Conservative Clubs was formed in 1894 and its objects are to assist and encourage the formation of Clubs and to support the principles and aims of The Conservative Party.

We joined the Association on the 29th May 1900.

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The Earliest Chairman of our Club we can find is a man Called James Selby Berry.

We Also Have 1 of the 2 Statues in the North West of Benjamin Disraeli (AKA Lord Beaconsfield) The Other is in the market town of Ormskirk.


Officials & Staff


Officers Of the Club

President - Stephen Horrocks
Chairman - Harry Chadwick
Secretary - Mark Dacre
Treasurer - Sean Mullins
Vice Chairman - Keith Riley


Committee Of the Club
Ken Gregory
Neil Pendlebury
Barry Davies
Ian Hargreaves

Staff

Steward - Mark Woodward
Joint Relief - Jake Horrocks / Claire Conway

Event Staff - Adrian Cocking
Event Staff - Baylie Ord
Event Staff - Katie Hodgkinson



Cleaners
Nicola Horrocks - Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Patricia Jones - Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday