The Bedford Borough Conservative Group consists of the 14 Conservative Councillors who were elected to Bedford Borough Council in May 2023, gaining 3 seats. The Group also managed to flip the Mayoralty with Tom Wootton (Conservative) beating out the now former mayor Dave Hodgson (Liberal Democrat).
Bedford Borough has a population of around 160,000 people and covers the area of Bedford, Kempston and the surrounding villages. The Council has a net budget of circa £130m a year to provide a number of important local services to residents including waste and environmental management, social care, education and planning. More information on the Council and its services can be found at www.bedford.gov.uk.
The 2023 elections left the Council with no party in overall control however, the Conservative group gained the most in the election – winning 3 extra Council seats and flipping the Mayoralty to become the joint largest Group in the Borough.
The Conservative Mayor and Councillors will be working hard all year round to deliver for the people of Bedford Borough. We will ensure their views and interests are represented on a local, regional and national basis. We were elected on a mandate of bringing real positive change to Bedford Borough and we will deliver on these promises.
The Councillors are able to assist residents living in their electoral wards with any issues they have relating to services provided by Bedford Borough Council. For more information on the Councillors and details on how you can contact them please visit our ‘People’ page at the following link: http://www.bedfordconservatives.org.uk/people
You can find us on Facebook by searching 'Bedford Borough Conservative Group'
There are 2 Conservative Members of Parliament covering the Bedford Borough area. Their contact details are as follows:
Nadine Dorries MP, Mid Bedfordshire - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org