Sally Warren Thamesfield Campaign

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Every Weekday 11am Canvass or Telephone Canvassing
at Putney Labour Party Hub 35 Felsham Road

Mon – 6:30  Putney Labour Party Hub 35 Felsham Road 

Tue – 6:30  The Spencer Pub Click for Map

Wed – 6:30  The Cat’s Back Pub Click for map

Thu – 6:30  The Cat’s Back Pub

Friday - 11am  Putney Labour Party Hub 35 Felsham Road 

Sat – 11am & 2pm  Putney Labour Party Hub 35 Felsham Road 

Sun – 11am & 2pm Putney Labour Party Hub 35 Felsham Road 




Real change happens when people from across our communities come together organise. Putney constituency is made up of siz wards, each with their own team of Labour members committed to organising, campaigning and joining forces with others to form across the Labour movement. 

New members & Supporters
If you are a new member or supporter and want to help labour locally, a great way to start is to contact us directly and we'll tell you everything you need to know about how you can attend local ward meetings 


The Labour Party is built on equality, social justice and compassion. Over half a million members share those values, and if you do too, then why not join today?

Members keep our movement strong and every single one of them is vital in ensuring we can build a bigger campaign that will succeed in the next election and continue to hold this Tory government to account in the meantime.

Got the answer you were looking for? Click here to join now.

How much is it and where does my money go?

We’ve got a wide range of rates so you might pay as little as £3 a year. Our standard rate starts at £4 a month and you can choose to pay more if you wish, as many of our members do.

Unlike the Tories, we don’t rely on a small number of super-wealthy donors. We rely on funds from our dedicated members and your membership fee would provide a vital boost to our campaigning efforts. Without that money, we simply wouldn’t be able to run the Labour Party. Click to join

What is a Ward?
A ward is a local authority area, typically used for electoral purposes. Wards are usually named after neighbourhoods, thoroughfares, parishes, landmarks, geographical features and in some cases historical figures connected to the area.

What are Councillors?
Wards usually have 3 councillors.  Councillors, or members, are elected to represent the views of their constituents and to take up matters of council business on their behalf as well as guiding the overall policies of the council.

The councillors make policy decisions, taking into account public opinion and officer advice. council staff put these policies into effect. The council also carries out consultation with local people on a range of issues, and works closely with other local organisations.


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