Matt Warman

Conservative Candidate for Boston and Skegness
Matt Warman was first elected in 2015. A local candidate committed to improving our NHS and our transport links as well as dealing with immigration and the EU, you can find more information about Matt on Facebook and on his website. Along with local councillors and activists, Matt is frequently campaigning in the constituency, and we’ll post a selection of pictures of our recent activities on this page. If you would like to meet Matt or get in touch, please email

Reelected in 2017 winning 63.6% of the vote (27,271) which is 19.8% up from 2015 and giving the Conservatives and Matt a majority of nearly 17,000 votes!


Liam Fox comes to town

Liam fox comes to town and delivers rousing speech for a local Conservative fundraiser

Breaking Ground with local Conservatives

Local Conservatives broke the turf at the new Chestnut Homes development, bringing jobs, quality housing and a new stadium for Boston United to the area.

Local Conservatives Welcome Housing Minister

Local Conservatives welcome the Housing Minister and Chestnut Homes' David Newton. Brandon Lewis MP had been invited to visit the site of the Boston Quadrant by local councillors and local MP - Matt Warman

The State Pension Rises Again

Today, the Basic State Pension increases to £119.30 a week, the biggest real-terms rise in 15 years.

Because of our triple lock, we have ensured that the state pension rises every year in line with wages, prices or by 2.5% – whichever is highest.

So the full basic state pension is now £1,125 a year higher than it was in 2010. That’s only possible because we’re taking the difficult decisions so that we can deliver dignity and security for those in retirement.

An Enlightening Association AGM

In a meeting of the association at The Vine Hotel in Skegness, an interested bunch of local Conservatives met to discuss the events of the last year and vote on association officers over the coming year.