New Forest West Labour Party is proud to announce that Jo Graham, our 2017 candidate, has been selected to stand for Labour for the New Forest West constituency in the 2019 General Election. In 2017 Jo came second to the Tories with 9,739 votes, the largest Labour vote here since the early 1970s. We’ll be […]
Here at New Forest West Labour, we’re really proud that we have the biggest ever slate of Labour candidates in our area – 22 in total. If you want to find out more information, we really like The Democracy Club’s website as it has a handy tool for taking your postcode and displaying information about […]
We are very proud to announce the fact that we have a record number of candidates in May 2nd’s local elections. There is a labour candidate in every district council ward, and we have two candidates in some of the two-seat wards. We also have a record number of town council candidates. We will be […]
Today’s members meeting confirmed that we will have more district council candidates than we have ever had in May’s district council elections. We will have prospective Labour candidates in every ward and two in many of the two-councillor wards. Watch this space for more details
Labour’s candidate for the Lymington and Pennington Town Council, Pennington ward by election is Maggie Humphreys. Maggie moved to Pennington four years ago after a career as a language teacher in Liverpool. She is passionate about the need for good education from early years to adulthood as a key to building successful communities. and if elected […]
Labour’s candidate in the district council by election for the Pennington ward is Lymington resident Trina Hart. Trina has lived in Lymington for over thirty years; her children went to local schools. She runs a small community art gallery off the High Street with her husband, and is also a regular volunteer at the local […]
Our Annual General Meeting for 2018 was held on Tuesday 17th July. New officers were Peter Kelleher (Chair), John Haywood (Secretary, previously Chair), Stuart Nundy (Vice-Chair), Martin Phillips (Political Education, previously Secretary). We said goodbye to Caroline Hexter from the executive. All other executive members were re-elected.
New Forest District Council have opened consultation on the Local Plan. This sets local planning policy through until 2036 and thus is a crucial process in local democracy. We’ll be analysing it and making representations where appropriate. Have your say https://bit.ly/2NhbXPx