Canterbury Constituency Labour Party is organised to mirror the area for the Parliamentary Constituency for Canterbury. The CLP is locally referred to as the Canterbury, Whitstable and the Villages Constituency Labour Party. All Members are entitled to come to regular open meetings to discuss policy, motions and elect delegates to the Labour Party Annual and Regional Conferences. The CLP mobilises Members to participate in Parliamentary elections in support of our MP – Rosie Duffield.
The Labour Party has elected councillors to Canterbury City Council and to Kent County Council.
The CLP is managed by an elected Executive which meets monthly.
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The CLP has trades unions, the Cooperative Party and Socialist Societies as affiliates and who send Members to our meetings.
As the City Council area includes Canterbury, Whitstable and Herne Bay, Canterbury CLP organises local government affairs and elections through a joint Local Government Committee with Herne Bay Branch of North Thanet CLP. The LGC manages the selection of candidates for local elections. The LGC and CLP organise campaigns for local elections. [email protected].
Canterbury has two local Branches – Canterbury Branch and Whitstable Branch which meet monthly – . Branch Members elect their own Committee and organise local election work, campaigns and social events. [email protected] [email protected]
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Rosie runs regular surgeries in both Canterbury and Whitstable once a fortnight. These surgeries are a chance for people get in touch with Rosie to let her know what your feel about issues in the news, government policies and what you want Labour to do about them.
People also get in touch with Rosie if you are having problems with benefits, housing, jobs, consumer services, gas, water and energy suppliers, immigration, anti-social behaviour, street cleanliness, schools and much more besides.
Your Labour Councillors also run monthly surgeries in their local wards and are always willing to help where they can. Councillors can help with problems including anti-social behaviour, planning appeals, licensing and refuse collection.