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Welcome to the home of your local Labour Party

Stay informed, be inspired, get involved.

Welcome to the home of your local Labour Party

Hastings and Rye

Hastings and Rye are vibrant areas within the East Sussex with vast natural landscapes, significant historical ties, a rich culture and social cohesion unlike any other towns. Check out our events page for varied and exciting events hosted by Hastings and Rye Labour.

Get Involved

The Labour Party's foundations are built upon the backs of thousands hard working volunteers. Check out our events for ways to join up, get involved or donate to the local party. Donations are always welcome and are key to funding our election activities. Thank you to anyone who considers this.

Your Hastings Borough Councillors

Your Hastings Borough Council has 24 Labour councillors representing you across the borough, all of whom work hard to ensure the best services and support are provided to all residents of Hastings.

Your Rother District Councillors

Unfortunately, Rother District Council lacks Labour representation currently. But we do have some absolutely stellar candidates for the 2019 Elections and we're always on the lookout for more. Contact your Branch Secretary for information on how you can become a councillor.

For the many, not the few.

This is our vision for a country that works for the many, not just the privileged few. With Labour, we’ll build a country where we invest our wealth to give everyone the best chance. That means building the homes we need to rent and buy, keeping our communities safe with more police officers, giving our children’s schools the funding they badly need, and restoring the NHS to its place as the envy of the world.

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Good news for the Walk-in Centre

Location, location, location – lead petitioner Erica Smith is pleased to report that the Labour Party campaign about the Walk-in Centre appears to have been heard by the CCG officers who have been pushing to replace the popular town centre resource with an U...

Hastings Council Leader’s Report: August 2018

Last year, Hastings Council consulted local people on its ‘masterplan’ proposals for White Rock Gardens, and land from the seafront through to Summerfields Woods. Following on from that, we now need to embark on a more formal process to develop an Area Act...

Hastings Council Leader’s Report: July 2018

Street Cleaning Contract At the Cabinet meeting last Monday, it was agreed to bring the street cleaning contract back in-house, creating a street cleaning ‘direct services organisation’ (DSO) and running the street cleaning service directly, rather than...