Louth & Horncastle Conservatives

Louth & Horncastle is one of England's largest constituencies, encompassing the market towns and coastal strip of East Lincolnshire and surrounding rural areas. Here you'll find our latest news, details of local councillors, branch events and plenty of other useful information about our activities and political campaigning.

Our MP is Victoria Atkins.


Featured Story

Victoria Atkins MP welcomed Woodhall Spa butchers Russell & Sadie Hirst to the Houses of Parliament so that they could present a hamper of homemade produce to the Prime Minister.

Theresa May visited Woodhall Spa last year to launch Victoria’s General Election campaign and called into the Hirst’s shop while she was there to buy some of their award winning Lincolnshire sausages.

Since her election as Prime Minister, Mr and Mrs Hirst wanted to congratulate Mrs May and thought that a hamper of their produce was the perfect gift!

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