Your local Labour team
The Labour Party is made up of smaller networks operating in all the different regions of the country. Through them, you can get involved with the party in your local area.
Constituency Labour Party (CLP)
Your CLP is your local party based on your constituency and it’s a hub of activity and community organising. Via your CLP, you can choose the members from your area to represent you at Annual Conference and you can help select your parliamentary candidate.
Branch Labour Party (BLP)
Many CLPs organise themselves into smaller units called branches. Branches get to choose the local council candidates to represent your area.
What you can do
As a member you may be invited to attend meetings, canvassing and leafletting in your constituency. To find out how to get involved with your local Labour Party log in to your Labour Hub here.
Local and regional policy discussions also happen throughout the year. Informal, friendly gatherings, each discussion makes submissions to the policy commissions via the Labour Policy Forum website.
Submissions to Labour Policy Forum do not have to stem from events. Anybody can share their views and ideas throughout the year on the Labour Policy forum website.