Find out more about Stoke-on-Trent West Labour Party on this page.
Who is my local councillor in Boothen and Oak Hill?
Andy Platt is your local Labour councillor if you live in Boothen, Oak Hill or West End in Stoke.
Who is my local councillor in Hartshill and Basford?
Your local Labour councillor if you live in Basford, Cliffe Vale, Harpfields or Hartshill is Shaun Pender.
How can Labour help me if I live in Penkhull, Stoke, Trent Vale or Springfields?
Get in touch with us and we’ll do our best to help you out. Labour is aiming to win the seats of Penkhull and Stoke and Springfields and Trent Vale at the next the Stoke-on-Trent city council local elections.
Which area does Stoke-on-Trent West Labour party represent?
We are the campaigning local Labour party in the west of Stoke-on-Trent. We are part of Stoke-on-Trent Central Constituency Labour Party. Stoke Central CLP stretches from Trent Vale to Baddeley Green and covers Shelton, Hanley, Etruria, Abbey Hulton, Bentilee, Eaton Park, Birches Head, Northwood and Joiner’s Square, as well as parts of Sneyd Green, Milton and Norton.
Our branch of Stoke Central CLP covers the 4 City Council wards of Boothen and Oakhill, Hartshill and Basford, Penkhull and Stoke, and Springfields and Trent Vale.
What does Stoke-on-Trent West branch Labour party do?
A branch is the smallest unit of the national Labour party. We organise social events, local activities and campaigns in our area. At our meetings we discuss national and local issues, hear from local campaigners and trade unions, organise our campaigns and get the views of our members on what our priorities should be.
We are part of the West Midlands Labour. You can help to shape local policy and this is a great way to start a campaign that could influence the Shadow Cabinet, Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner or Labour leader Keir Starmer.
Who can be a member of Stoke-on-Trent West branch Labour party?
All Labour party members who live in Basford, Boothen, Cliffe Vale, Harpfields, Hartshill, Oakhill, Penkhull, Springfields, Stoke, Trent Vale and West End will automatically become a member of our branch. Get in touch if you’re a member and would like to know more or want to get involved. It doesn’t matter if you’re a new member or someone who joined a while ago and wants to get more involved, we’d love to hear from you.
All of our members live locally and at our meetings you will meet neighbours and make new friends. It’s a great way to get involved in your local community. We have a wide range of members, including students, mums, dads, retired people, teachers, warehouse workers, computer programmers, care workers, librarians, doctors, nurses, firefighters, volunteers and business owners.
How can I get involved with my local Labour party?
Please get in touch if you can help deliver our leaflets. We always appreciate additional help. All our delivery rounds are between 150-250 properties and take 60-90 minutes to complete. These can be done in your own time, at your own pace.
Some people enjoy telephone canvassing. We have a really good system for this activity. All you require is a phoneline and a computer. This can also be done from home, in your own time and is at no cost to yourself.
We love getting out and about to chat to residents in our communities. We’ll be back out on the streets, listening to our communities as soon as we can.
Find out more about how you can help on the Labour Party website.