Tettenhall Branch meets every other month apart from April if there is an election, August for summer holidays and December due to the Christmas Citywide social. Tettenhall combines the two wards including Wightwick and Regis
Meetings are held:
- Date: 2nd Tuesday of the month (you will receive a calling notice via email)
- Time: 7.30pm
- Location: Rock pub, Old Hill, (WV6 8QB)
All members who live in the Tettenhall area are welcome to attend. It is an opportunity to meet fellow members, councillors and supporters to discuss important topics and discuss future campaigning.
Grassroots campaigning is how we win in Wolverhampton, Labour embeds itself into the heart of communities and it is this continuity that wins trust. Your branch will campaign all year fighting on local and national issues and supporting your elected ward Councillors and candidates.
As a member of the Tettenhall Branch you are also entitled to attend the Wolverhampton South West constituency meetings which are held on the second Thursday of the month Click here to see when the next constituency meeting is planned.
Your local candidates campaign regularly on key issues in the ward. You can support them with leafleting, door knocking and raising important issues that they should target. Many residents have raised concerns that conservative councillors have taken for granted their wards and so Labour has an opportunity to make real progress by having meaningful conversations and active campaigns.
Quarterly the Citywide Labour Party delivers to residents the citywide leaflet, this includes what your local Labour council are doing in Wolverhampton and a report from your MP.
If you would like to get involved in any activities make sure you sign up here or contact your councillors directly below.
CONTACT THE BRANCH
Your Branch Secretary is Sue Martin if you have any questions or would like to get more involved, please email your secretary
Tettenhall Branch has no elected Labour councillors. Regis and Wightwick which make this branch, select candidates for all local elections. Last year Labour nearly secured the Regis seat narrowly missing out by less than 100 votes.
Tettenhall is winnable, it relies upon the continuity of campaigning and presence in the area. Both recent candidates Chester Morrison and Phil Walker have made great progress in a traditionally Conservative area.