Lewis Chinchen

Chairman, Sheffield Young Conservatives

Lewis Chinchen established and is now the Chairman of Sheffield Young Conservatives. The group looks to encourage Conservatives in Sheffield aged 25 and under to campaign, socialise and debate policy.

Lewis is currently a legal apprentice at a law firm in Sheffield. As someone who commutes daily into the city centre, Lewis is keen to improve connectivity within Sheffield by increasing rail capacity, creating more cycle lanes and ensuring buses are both more frequent and more reliable.

Lewis said “It has been a very exciting experience starting Sheffield Young Conservatives and the early signs are that there is substantial interest from young people wanting to get involved which is fantastic. There has never been a better time to get involved with Conservative Party politics in Sheffield with the political landscape in South Yorkshire changing rapidly and the country going through an important stage in our history”.

If you would like to get involved with Sheffield Young Conservatives, please contact office@sheffieldconservatives.org expressing your interest.

See Also

Mark Finney

Deputy Chair Political

I grew up in Sheffield, but have lived for extended periods in the South-East and in Scotland. I have stood for local council election a number of times and am very glad to represent the Sheffield Conservatives as the Deputy Chair - Political.

Janet Anber

Sheffield Conservative Policy Forum Co-ordinator

I have recently returned to Sheffield after working in various places in the UK and overseas. I have owned my own business for over 20 years and believe everyone should be able to achieve their full potential, regardless of their background.