Ryan Henson

Upon being selected as Conservative candidate for Bedford and Kempston for the next General Election Ryan commented;

“I am delighted to be selected as the Conservative candidate for Bedford and Kempston.

I believe in serving society and local communities, standing up for those who do the right thing, those who do the work, those who raise the families and those who start the businesses which fund our public services.

Only the Conservatives can build a country that works for everyone with a stronger, fair economy and a more caring society.

I want to become MP for Bedford and Kempston to make sure the good people of this town see their hard work recognised and rewarded so they can lead fulfilling, happy lives,” he added.

His campaign will focus on tackling unemployment hotspots in Bedford and improving educational outcomes for young people across the constituency.

 

 

 

News

Cabinet Minister visits Bedford

Yesterday Cabinet Minister James Cleverly came to Bedford to meet residents & local businesses, and to hear from our MP candidate Ryan Henson argue the case for us in Bedford & Kempston to get our fair share of the police officers, and support for schools and our NHS, that the Prime Minis

Bedford Can Do Better

Ryan Henson, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for the Bedford and Kempton constituency, is passionate about improving the town centre. Here he makes the case for a pro-business MP to represent the town.

Residents Survey

Local Conservatives, led by Gianni Carofano, have been busy this last year listening to Bedford residents across the county. After surveying as many people across Bedford Borough as possible we were thrilled with the response with over 2000 Bedford Borough Households responding to our surveys.

Energy Guide

After being selected as the Bedford and Kempston Conservative candidate for the next General Election, Ryan Henson is keen to start getting across the constituency with his first campaign. 

Political Supper

The sold-out Political Supper, on Friday 12th October heard the Rt Hon Sam Gyimah, Minister of State (Universities and Science) give an update on the challenges and successes of the Government, following a positive Party Conference.