About us

Our Constituency

The House of Commons is made up of 650 elected Members of Parliament, each one represents a 'constituency', a pre-defined geographic area, usually based on the population. However, some constituencies are not of equal size. Hornchurch and Upminster is the 46th largest constituency in England (out of a total number of 533, as at July 2010) with nearly 79,000 people eligible to vote.

The last Parliamentary election was held on 9th June 2017 and Julia Lopez (née Dockerill) was elected to serve as Member of Parliament for the constituency of Hornchurch & Upminster, a relatively new constituency made up of the former constituency of Upminster (held by Dame Angela since 2001) and a section of the former Hornchurch constituency with the remainder of the electorate transferring into the Romford constituency. 

Our MP

The role of our Member of Parliament (MP), is to represent the electorate of Hornchurch & Upminster in Westminster scrutinising legislation and to assist with issues raised by constituents. This can range from queries relating to official bodies and authorities such as the NHS, HMRC, The Department of Work & Pensions amongst many others. MPs  can offer advice on more local issues relating to the provision of local council services but these are best handled by councillors who are elected to the council to represent their local ward. Our office can give you contact details for the most appropriate person to help with your query if that is not our MP.

Our Association

The Hornchurch and Upminster Conservative Association is a membership association formed for the purpose of promoting the views of the Conservative Party and getting Conservative candidates elected to represent the residents of the Constituency at all levels of government. It is managed on a day-to-day basis by an Executive Committee comprising as a minimum a Chairman, two Deputy Chairmen with responsibility for Politics and Membership respectively, and a Treasurer all of whom are elected to their roles at the Association's AGM. Additional members may also be elected or seconded to this committee and at present a Campaign Manager and one ordinary member are also part of the Executive Committee.

The overall governing body of the Association is the Executive Council. This is a larger body which meets twice a year and is responsible for various important functions such as the approval of candidates who want to represent the constituency. It is currently comprised of the following officers:

  • President Keith Wells
  • Vice Presidents Terry Monk & Sandy Scott
  • Association Chairman Bob Perry
  • Deputy Chairman, Membership and Finance Chris Sutton
  • Deputy Chairman, Political Dominic Swan 
  • Treasurer Keith Wells
  • Minutes Secretary Anne Monk
  • Conservative Club Representative Bob Perry
  • Social Media Ben Sewell
  • Chair of the local Policy Forum Pamela Freer


  • Non-voting attendees at Executive Council meetings are:
  • Member of Parliament Julia Lopez MP
  • London NE Area Chairman or their representative                         
  • MEP Representative Syed Kamall MEP
  • A representative of the Conservative Party Board


The Constituency is divided into 8 wards. Cranham, Emerson Park, Gooshays, Hacton, Harold Wood, Heaton, St Andrews and Upminster.

Cranham Ward

Cranham Ward is in the northeast of the Constituency and comprises the parts of Upminster and Cranham north of the Southend to Fenchurch Street railway line plus the Dury Falls estate in Hornchurch. Our representatives in the Ward:

Paul Connew 

Tel.: 01708 443321

Email: connewpaul@huccat.uk

Poh Foong

Email: foongpoh@huccat.uk 

Tel: 07957 861887

Henry Frost

Tel.: 07745 345370

mail: frosthenry@huccat.uk


Emerson Park Ward

The Emerson Park ward is situated to the west of Cranham ward and is bounded in the south by the Upminster to Romford railway line and in the east by the Ingrebourne River. A small part of the ward is north of the Southend Arterial Road and the western boundary abuts the Romford Constituency. This Ward is represented by three Conservative Councillors: Bob Perry, Roger Ramsey and Matt Sutton. Roger Ramsey is the former Leader of Havering Council, having served that role from 2014 to 2018. Roger has now taken up the role of Cabinet member for Finance and Property. Bob Perry is Chairman of the Crime and Disorder Sub- Committee

Cllr Bob Perry

Tel.: 07708 350069

Email.: councillorbob.perry@havering.gov.uk

Cllr Roger Ramsey

Tel.:01708 432031

Email: councillorroger.ramsey@havering.gov.uk

Cllr Matt Sutton

Tel.: 07534 132299

Email: councillormatt.sutton@havering.gov.uk


Gooshays Ward

The Gooshays ward is the northernmost in the Constituency and comprises a large part of the Harold Hill Estate. It is bounded on the northwest by the London/Essex boundary, on the northeast by the M25 and on the south-east by the A12. To the west is our Heaton ward. The activist team in this ward comprises 

Greg Samuel

Tel.: 07988 688812

Email: samuelgreg@huccat.uk

Dominic Swan

Tel.: 07512 182807

Email: swandominic@huccat.uk

Joe Webster

Tel.: 01708 782165

Email: websterjoe@huccat.uk


Hacton Ward

Hacton Ward is roughly triangular. The eastern boundary is the Ingrebourne River, the northern the District Line railway track between Upminster Bridge and Elm Park stations and the south-west Coronation Drive and Maybank Avenue. The St George's Hospital is located in this ward. The activist team in this ward comprises:

Izu Nwafor

Tel.:  07711 672 087

Email: nwaforizu@huccat.uk

We are recruiting more volunteers for our Hacton Ward Action Team.

If you'd like to be involved, we'll be delighted to hear from you, after all, we're all local residents aiming to improve the lives of others. Look forward to hearing from you!


Harold Wood Ward

Harold Wood Ward is roughly triangular stretching from the M25 in the east to Gallows Corner in the West and is between Gooshays and Emerson Park wards. More than half of this ward is rural and it includes the Harold Court and Pages Woods and Tylers Common as well as farmland. Our representatives in this ward:

We are recruiting more volunteers for our Harold Wood Ward Action Team.

If you'd like to be involved, we'll be delighted to hear from you, after all, we're all local residents aiming to improve the lives of others. Look forward to hearing from you!


Heaton Ward

Heaton Ward is bounded to the west by the Romford Constituency, to the east by the Gooshays ward, to the south by the A12 and to the north-west by Lower Bedfords Road.  Our representatives in this ward:          

Wendy Brice-Thompson

Tel.: 07514 457 219


Garry Pain

Tel.: 07958 535284

Email: office@hornchurch&upminsterconservatives.com

Keith Wells

Tel.: 07888 871187

Email: wellskeith@huccat.uk


St Andrews Ward

St Andrews Ward is roughly triangular, bounded on the northeast by the Upminster to Romford railway line, to the south-east by the District Line railway line from Upminster Bridge to Elm Park stations and to the west by Harrow Lodge Park and the Ravensbourne River. It incorporates the Hornchurch town centre. St. Andrews Ward is represented by 1 Conservative Councillor: John Mylod. The activist team in this ward comprises: 

Cllr John Mylod

Email: councillorjohn.mylod@havering.gov.uk

Richard Rimkus

Tel.: 07393 919244

Email: rimkusrichard@huccat.uk

Chris Sutton

Tel.: 07958 622627

Email.: suttonchris@huccat.uk


Upminster Ward

This is the easternmost ward in London. It straddles the M25 to include North Ockendon and it also includes the parts of Cranham south of the railway line to Basildon in addition to the Upminster town centre and all of Upminster south of the railway line. It is a largely rural ward and contains the headquarters of the Thames Chase Forest organisation and a number of other publicly-accessible woodlands, the Stubbers Adventure Centre and the Upminster Cemetery. Our representatives in this ward:

Sue Connew

Tel.: 01708 443321

Email: office@hornchurchandupminsterconservatives.com

Anastasia Ravenhall

Tel.: 07583 020 936


Danny Weedon

Tel.: 01708 443321

Email: office@hornchurchandupminsterconservatives.com