The Labour Party has nearly 600 members in Herne Bay and is continuing to grow. We are a diverse group of local people who believe our communities deserve better than a Conservative Government and their aggressive cuts to our public services and their failed economic plan.
Herne Bay Labour party is technically part of North Thanet Constituency but sends councillors to Canterbury City Council and as such works closely with Canterbury Labour.
Local branches have their own elected representatives who help organise our campaigns locally and ensure that local people’s views are heard.
The current Herne Bay Chair is Simon Warley. You can email him about meetings, fundraising events and how you can get involved. His email address is [email protected]
The local campaign is run by a team of people. You can email them to find out about our monthly street stalls and doorstep canvassing via [email protected]
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