These records consist of two deposits, the first having been deposited by the West Flintshire Conservative Association in 1972 (AN 912) and the second by the same organisation in 1983 (AN 1891). Ref.s: D/DM/307/44-74 are restricted access and are not to be produced without the permission of the depositor.
FLINTSHIRE CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST ASSOCIATION RECORDS
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- ReferenceGB 208 D-DM/307
- Alternative Id.GB 208 D/DM/307
- Dates of Creation1910-1980
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description74 items
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Flintshire Constitutional Association (later the Flintshire Conservative & Unionist Association) had the services of a full time agent for some years before 1921, although there was little organisation. In January 1921, the agent was dismissed and an executive committee assumed responsibility for reorganisation of the association. The county was divided into two areas (East and West) and a number of parish committees were formed. Two part-time agents were also appointed.
On the division of the Flintshire constituency in 1948, the association was divided into East and West Flintshire.
Ref: D/DM/307/44-74 are restricted access and are not to be produced without the permission of the depositor.
Deposited on indefinite loan on 18th January 1972 (AN 912). A further deposit was made on 7th July 1983 (AN 1891).
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All records deposited at Flintshire Record Office have been retained.
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