Our education policy is improving the nation’s skills

When Boris Johnson entered Number 10, one of his first acts was to get more money to our education system. That’s why we’re investing £14 billion in schools, including £5,000 for every secondary school pupil by next year and £4,000 for every primary school pupil by 2021-22.

We’re ending low pay in work

People’s hard work and talents should be rewarded fairly. That has long been a key principle of Conservative government.We have made huge strides in the last few.


Here are some snipits of Theresa May Conservative's lead initiatives from the news from the webb.

Marc Allum talks about antiques

A small but select and very interested group of people met Marc Allum (of BBCs Antique Road Show) in the Castle at Oakham on Wednesday 21st March 2018 in aid of Association funds.

AGM 2018

The AGM of the Association took place on 16th March 2018 at Gloucester House in Melton Mowbray, her Grace the Duchess of Rutland chairing.
A minutes silence was observed for departed merit during the year.

Anniversary Garden Party

The Association met in the gardens of the Westrop's to give Sir Alan a luncheon party and drinks for achieving 25 years as the Association's Member of Parliament.

Alan Duncan MP 25th Anniversary May 13th 2017

Sir Alan Duncan celebrated his 25th year as MP for Rutland and Melton Constituency with a Luncheon Party at Barnsdale Lodge, Exton, and was presented, after speeches by Mary Anne Donovan (Chairman) and Ken Boole (Past Chairman) with a splendid old antique map of Rutland, by way of a small token o

An Evening of Carols 2016

A lovely and friendly evening was hosted by the President with carols, mulled wine and mince pies, and  the membership in fine voice and performances by some individuals. Ken Boole organised and Howard Partridge played the keys.