Gosport Labour Party members and friends eight in all did a Ramble for Children in Need on Sat 14th. We started at Fort Gilkicker and gathered signatures to support the Public Right of Way claim to protect the level access needed to complete the Solent Way. We proceeded to the Diving Museum had a coffee […]View
Welcome To Gosport Labour Party
Thanks for visiting. This is the official website of the Labour Party group active across Gosport and Lee On Solent.
Here you can find all kinds of information about the party’s activities in Gosport, our aims and ambitions, as well as ways that supporters can get involved. We are always active campaigning, and regularly meet up to discuss positive changes that should be made for the community. It’s not glamorous, but we also regularly organise clean-ups in many of Gosport’s beautiful open spaces, like Stokes Bay and the Ramparts, as we believe these places are the cornerstone of community in Gosport – a place for families and friends to enjoy together.
Our group is made up of local members of the community, just like you. We work hard to fight for social justice, sustainable development and improved democracy in the local area. Currently we have over 400 members and many more supporters throughout the Gosport area, but we still need the support of residents and the local community.
If you would like to join as a member, donate to our efforts or simply find out more, use the links on the website to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.
House of Commons, October 2017, for a drama performance – Milly Smillie, Gosport CLP’s youngest member, wore her Labour Party hoodie with pride!View
Our MP Caroline Dinenage claims that no Gosport schools will lose out under the government’s new funding formula – she’s wrong and she knows she’s wrong. Check the size of the cut to your local schools budget here. On Saturday, 7 October 2017, 9:28, “Andrew Baisley, School Cuts” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Wow. 4,000 headteachers just wrote […]View
It is with great sadness that we have received the news of the death of Jill Wright. Gosport Labour Councillor Jill Wright passed away on 3rd October 2017, following a debilitating illness. Jill had served as a Gosport Borough Councillor for 16 years firstly representing Rowner Ward and then Bridgemary South Ward following boundary reorganisation. […]View
We would like to thank our guest speaker Simon Letts for the talk he gave. Simon is the Leader of Southampton City Council and was Labour’s candidate for Southampton Itchen in the 2017 General Election. Itchen is now the most marginal seat in England with Labour reducing a Tory majority of over 3,000 to just […]View
Over 100 schools will lose £1 million or more in funding. Every parent and teacher should see these numbers. Watch and share now. Find your school at schoolcuts.org.uk
Posted by NUT Campaigns on Saturday, 27 May 2017