Central Suffolk & North Ipswich Labour Party

Our web pages provide news and information about local campaigning. You can find out how to contact local councillors and executive officers of the constituency who can answer your questions and help you  join in and get involved.


What’s happening next?

General Election June 8th

Fundraising Social ‘Afternoon Tea’ – Saturday 13 May 3.30-5.30pm

Brandeston Village Hall, The Street, IP13 7AD  

General elections cost us money to run locally! So, entry is  £10 /£5 unwaged/ children free, afternoon tea (sandwiches, scones, cakes etc) included. 

Come and enjoy a chat with fellow members and supporters. Brandeston Village Hall is a lovely venue and has a great outdoors area if the weather is nice.  If you can let us know you’ll be coming along it will help us with the planning. Send an email via the Contact Us button.

Money raised will help pay for local leaflets, posters, mailshots etc.

Campaigning 

We’ll know who our local Labour candidates are on May 2nd. Campaigning plans will be posted here that week.

MAKE SURE YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE!  .  You can register on line at https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

Suffolk County Council elections – May 4th

We are still campaigning on local issues around the Constituency in support of Labour candidates.

Kesgrave and Rushmere St Andrew: Help distribute leaflets:

Saturday 29th April 1-3pm  – Kesgrave Grange Farm – meet outside Birches Medical Centre

If you haven’t done it before you’ll be with others who have.  (See photos from recent events on the NEWS page)

Candidate Becky Patten also hopes to campaign 10am – noon Saturday 29, and Sunday 30th, and some weekday evenings 6-7.30pm.  If you can help with any of these  ‘CONTACT US‘ .

You’ll find a list of all our Labour candidates by using the  ‘ELECTIONS’ button at the top of this page.

 


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