The local Labour party works in three branches: Biddulph, Leek and District, and Moorlands South
Thank you for taking the time to visit us, and welcome to the website of Staffordshire Moorlands Labour. The site is full of information about how Labour is working hard to represent the rights of the electorate at both national and local levels.
You can read up to date accounts of how Labour is preparing itself for government. Carefully thought out, and properly costed policies, that are designed to put right the inequalities and failures of the last ten years
At a local level, Labour councillors are working hard for their communities. They are always at the forefront in fighting to make our Moorlands towns and villages decent places in which to work, and bring up families.
Whether it’s opposing closures of hospitals and libraries, helping communities improve their environment, or supporting individuals in getting proper support and services Labour is there for you.
If we can help in anyway, or you would like further information please get in touch.
Staffordshire Moorlands Labour Party Find out about the local labour party, Labour party policies, Labour councillors, places to visit and some of the history of the labour party. Use the menu at the top of the page to find all
Labour’s Manifesto 2019 policies can be found on their National website – Manifesto: It’s time for Real Change Download our 2019 manifesto A Green Industrial Revolution Economy and Energy This election is about the crisis of living standards and the
There are three levels of local government in Staffordshire (excluding Stoke-on-Trent Unitary Authority) Here is a summary of the key services and responsibilities for each of the three levels: Town and Parish Councils Allotments Public clocks Bus shelters Community Centres
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