Local elections took place across Canterbury district on May 4 2023.
ELECTION SUCCESS FOR LABOUR
Labour doubled the size of the Labour Group Canterbury city council to 18. This means Labour are the largest political group of the council The group is made up of both experienced and new councillors.
Labour can now implement our progressive plan to improve city, local towns and villages and the coastal areas. See our manifesto here.
The Tories have lost Canterbury City Council! We’ve doubled the size of our Labour group and stand ready to lead. It’s clear the Tories weren’t doing the basics brilliantly, the basics were broken. We promise to lead a progressive council who will work with and not against you. A council who will actively work to improve the lives of our residents and not just settle for the bare minimum we can get away with. We are humbled by your support and keen to get to work
Campaign Coordinator, Teresa Pearce: [email protected]
Agent Julia Seath: [email protected]
Herne Bay Branch Campaign: [email protected]
Whitstable Campaign: [email protected]
Canterbury Campaign: [email protected]
Chartham Campaign: [email protected]
GET IN TOUCH
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.