There are many ways you can get involved in the Labour Party, both on a local and national level:
Join or support the Labour Party
A Labour member pays the subscription and receives a membership card, is able to attend all Labour meetings, campaigns, socials and participate fully in the activities of the Party. A member is also able to vote on internal Party issues, including the selection of candidates.
Discounted membership rates are available to people under 26, students and members of the armed forces. In addition members of Trade Unions and Societies affiliated to the Labour Party can take out individual affiliate membership of the party.
Find out more about joining Labour here
Come to meetings, events and join us campaigning
Members and supporters of the West Worcestershire Constituency Labour Party can frequently be found out and about holding campaigning events, street stalls, door knocking and leafletting. We also hold various events, meetings and socials – find out more here.
To sign up as a volunteer to actively support our campaigning, click here.
Have a voice, and make it heard
If you have an opinion, you can make it heard! There are lots of ways to express your opinion, many of which can and will help our cause. Using social media and writing to local papers are both great ways to spread the word.
We would also encourage you to write to your councillor with any concerns you might have. Sharing your concerns with incumbent Tories about their policies and other local affairs is also encouraged!
You can find useful contacts and links to have you voice heard here.
Follow and like our social media profiles
Please interact with the party and its members on social media. Share and tweet the news stories you find on our website and and our social media pages.
West Worcestershire Labour Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/WestWorcsLab
West Worcestershire Labour Twitter – https://twitter.com/WestWorcsLab
Get in touch
If you would like to get in touch, you can find our contact details here