About Norwich Labour Party
Norwich Labour Party is The Labour Party’s local presence in Norwich North and Norwich South. We are a volunteer-led Party, with over 2000 members across the two constituencies.
Our Labour MP for Norwich South is Clive Lewis, and at the 2019 General Election our Norwich North candidate was Karen Davis. Norwich City Council is led by Labour’s Cllr Alan Waters, and we have a total of 27 City councillors. Cllr Steve Morphew is leader of the Labour group at Norfolk County Council, the main opposition to the leading Conservative group. Michael Rosen is Norfolk Labour’s candidate in the upcoming Police and Crime Commissioner election. We hold two seats on Broadland District Council, both gained from the Conservatives in Sprowston Central at the 2019 local election. Natasha Harpley is leader of the Labour group at Broadland District Council.
Our day-to-day running is overseen by an elected Executive Committee (EC), chaired by the President (Mike Stonard). Each constituency is divided into wards, who each have their own Labour Branch. These Branches hold monthly meetings to plan local campaigns and provide the opportunity to meet other members in your local community.
Campaigning on local and national issues and to win elections is a big part of what we do. From door-knocking and leafleting, to stalls and social media: there’s plenty to get involved in. However we also host a range of social and political educational events, and have forums such as Norwich Young Labour and Norwich Labour Women’s Group for members to participate in.
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