Anna Firth

National Voluntary Director of the Conservative Policy Forum
Kent Area – Executive Officer
Approved Parliamentary Candidate / Former Association Chairman

Anna Firth is the National Director of the Conservative Policy Forum and former Association Chairman.  She is passionate about giving members a say in the policies and priorities of the Conservative Party.  She is also a committed environmentalist and on the Board of the Conservative Environment Network and a Patron of the campaign group, Tories for Climate Action.  In 2019 she served as the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Canterbury increasing the conservative vote its highest level for 30 years.  She is also a Sevenoaks District Councillor where she co-founded and now Chairs the successful, well-being, walking scheme, Every Step Counts.  Prior to entering politics, she was a healthcare Barrister for 12 years, also using her legal skills and expertise as a Charity Trustee for West Kent MIND and as a Kent secondary school Governor.    

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Stephen James

Director of Digital Content - Kent Conservatives
Approved Parliamentary Candidate
Founder Conservative Friends of Education

Stephen is a veteran of the Intelligence Corps and has served our country at home and overseas. As such, he is very passionate about veterans affairs and has worked with charities. Stephen is a member of Conservative Friends of the Armed Forces ( and also an ambassador for CampaignForce (

George Kup

Kent Conservatives - Young Conservative Executive Officer
Deputy Chairman of North Thanet Conservative Association
Thanet District Councillor

George first got involved in politics, and joined the Conservative Party, when campaigning started on the EU Referendum. George wanted to leave the EU, an opinion that wasn't widely shared amongst his generation.

Louise Brice

Borough Councillor for Staplehurst Ward, Maidstone Borough Council
Conservative Women's Representative, Deputy Chair - Fundraising and Membership, Maidstone and the Weald Conservative Association
Kent Area Representative for the Conservative Women's Organisation

Louise Brice was first elected to be a Borough Councillor for Staplehurst in May 2015. She is proud to serve her local community and fight for the infrastructure and services she believes this vibrant community deserve. Louise has worked for nearly 20 years in the global research industry and has been fortunate to work with and advise many of the world’s leading companies, specialising in brand, communications and technology research.