The Labour Party has nearly 800 members  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.

The Constituency Labour Party meets quarterly but is supported by two branches, one in Canterbury and one in Whitstable who run local campaigns.

The Canterbury Branch is open to members from Whitstable, Seasalter & Tankerton.

Meetings take place on the first Monday of every month, 7.30 – 9.30 pm at the Whitstable Labour Club on Belmont Road.

If you are a new member thinking about attending a meeting for the first time don’t hestitate to contact the branch secretary Naomi Smith by emailing [email protected]

Local branches have their own elected representatives who help organise our campaigns locally and ensure that local people’s views are heard.

The current Whitstable Chair is David Rees. You can email him about meetings, fundraising events and how you can get involved. His email address is [email protected]

Our local campaign lead is Julia Seath. You can email him to find out about our monthly street stalls and doorstep canvassing via [email protected]

The Whitstable Labour Club is an independently run and managed members-only bar serving the Grimshill Estate and Central Whitstable. The club regularly hosts our meetings, fundraising events and provides a venue from which we can meet members and the local community.

Click here for information on the Whitstable Labour Club

News

Kent Police announce new town constable for Whitstable

Local residents and councillors welcomed today's news that Whitstable is to receive a new town constable following a six month campaign organised by Whitstable Labour Party

Why parking needs a serious rethink in Whitstable

The last month has shown us that a one way system across Whitstable might just work, but also that any change to traffic needs to consider the impact it has on local businesses, road safety and be done in conjunction with a rethink of how people who depend on public transport get into town. Labour wants a radical new public consultation on parking in Whitstable.

Boozing in Whitstable

Visitors often ask me why there are so many places to drink in the centre of Whitstable.  People who live here complain that their lives are blighted by noisy, drunken behaviour, especially in the summer, so what can we do?

Helping not Hindering

Local charity trustee Chris Cornell talks about the difficulties of recruiting volunteers to run events and festivals in our town. He explains how Labour would prevent our festivals being strangled by council red tape.

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