The General Committee
Holborn and St Pancras Constituency Labour Party (CLP) meets at its General Committee (GC) on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm. There is no GC in August or December.
The GC is currently held at the Crowndale Centre, while the Town Hall is being refurbushed: Council Chamber, 218 Eversholt Street London NW1 1BD. Click here for a map.
All members can attend the GC. You need to bring your Labour Party membership card or proof of identity to attend.
Holborn and St Pancras uses the delegate system, and only delegates (who are elected by the branches or are from affiliated unions and socialist societies) can vote.
The CLP has an Annual General Meeting (AGM) in November every year.
Holborn & St Pancras CLP is made up of ten branches, one for each ward of the constituency (apart from Bloomsbury and Kings Cross which meet together)
You can find out what branch you’re in by typing your post code on the Write To Them website. It will tell you who your local councillors are and what ward you’re in. Once you’ve worked it out, you can find out more by following the links to the different branches:
- Camden Town with Primrose Hill
- Gospel Oak
- Holborn and Covent Garden
- Kentish Town
- King’s Cross
- Regent’s Park
- St Pancras and Somers Town
The easiest way to start getting involved with the Labour Party is to attend your local branch. There are Camden Labour Left members active in all branches, although many of the branches are dominated by the right of the party.