Cameron Stephenson- Ardsley & Robin Hood

Cameron Stephenson has been announced as a Conservative Candidate for Ardsley & Robin Hood, alongside Mike and Kirsty.  

Cameron has been a member of the Conservative party since 2016, is 21 years old and has lived in the local area all his life. Cameron worked on Andrea Jenkyns' 2017 General Election campaign and has been our association's Deputy Chairman Membership since September.

Speaking on being selected Cameron said:

"I am thrilled to have been chosen as the Conservative candidate for our local area"

Cameron added, 'I believe the biggest issues facing our local community are our appalling public transport system, the barrage of planning applications that threaten our greenbelt and community cohesion, and finally our lack of a community focal point. Residents have summed it up well, in my view, when they told us that 'there isn't a community, just a big roundabout!' and I believe we deserve more from our city planners and representatives."


                                                                                                                     Cameron Stephenson




The Morley & Outwood Conservative Association are looking forward to the Local Elections that are being held on the 3rd of May 2018 across both the Leeds and Wakefield councils. We will be updating this section soon. 


Close Results

In addition to our fantastic GAIN in Wrenthorpe & Outwood West, we came very close to gaining seats in other wards across the constituency. In particular, Ardsley & Robin Hood and Stanley & Outwood East.