How the CLP and branches work
The West Worcestershire CLP is managed through a delegate structure. Delegates from branches, womens and youth groups and affiliated organisations form a General Committee. The General Committee elects Executive Officers including a Chair, Vice-Chair, Vice-Chair/ Membership, Secretary, Treasurer, Women’s Officer, Youth Officer. To see the current officers click here.
The agreed CLP Constitution can be viewed here
The day to day business of the CLP is managed by the Executive and other officers reporting to the General Committee which meets four times a year.The CLP also hold 4 meetings or events a year which are open to all members, affiliated and registered supporters. These meetings typically focus on discussion of local and national political issues and social/fund raising activities.
The CLP is currently organised as 3 branches – Malvern, Pershore and Tenbury. Our branches generally meet on a monthly basis and discuss a range of local and national issues including local elections, candidates and campaigning; policy issues; growing membership and engagement; and leading or supporting local campaigns and projects.