We welcome people to join our local party, influence policy and help shape a brighter future for our community and our country.
We hold regular speaker meetings on a range of topical issues, organise social events and campaign in the community: picking up local issues of concern to local residents and working with our teams of councillors from Roehampton and West Hill wards and Assembly Member Leonie Cooper.
Members of the Labour Party can be as involved as they want to be. Some are simply happy to support the Labour Party through membership and turning up to occasional meetings of interest. Others get bitten by the campaigning bug and choose to stand for election to the local council.
If you share Labour’s values and want to make a difference to our local community, you are very welcome to join the Labour Party and get more involved.
Labour was only in government for four short periods in the 20th Century, but we made an enormous difference to our Country, from the creation of the National Health Service to the introduction of the National Minimum Wage.
If you want to play a part in helping Labour to secure social justice, security and prosperity for all, not just for the privileged few.
The Executive Committee of Putney Labour Party consists of seventeen members. Key postholders include:-
- Chair: Dan Shearer
- Treasurer: Stephen Gibbons
Labour is represented on Wandsworth Council by five Councillors. They are Jeremy Ambache, Claire Gilbert and Sue McKinney in Roehampton alongside Angela Ireland and Peter Carpenter in West Hill.
Our Member of Parliament is Fleur Anderson.