Our large, friendly and active branch offers many different ways to get involved. We aim to prioritise political discussion, but we also knock doors, leaflet, run street stalls and have a varied social programme. Some of us have been Party members for decades, but nearly three-quarters of us joined when inspired by Jeremy Corbyn’s 2015 leadership campaign and we want more. One in eight members is under 27.

Our branch meets on the first Wednesday of each month to plan local campaigns, hear speakers and debate. We don’t always agree, but when we disagree it is with respect. Thanks mainly to our efforts Hornsey heavily voted Remain in 2016 and for a country that works for the many, not the few, in 2017.

We want fairness, social justice and a real alternative to austerity, nationally and locally. Come and join us.

Our Officers

Chair:Emily Arkell Vice chairs:Frank Hobson, Martin Upham Secretary:Anne O'Daly

Your Councillors

Adam Jogee

Dana Carlin

Elin Weston

Recent News

Hornsey ward raise £250 with successful fundraising quiz night

March 22nd 2019

This week Hornsey Ward organised a fantasic quiz night to raise money for the CLP.

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National Rail Campaign Day

September 2nd 2018

Across the country, rail services are in meltdown and the Tories are failing to stand up for millions of rail users.

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Hornsey Street Stall

August 27th 2018

Saturday 1st September on Hornsey High Street (near the entrance to Sainsbury’s supermarket) from 11 am to 1 pm.

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Hornsey ward organises successful fundraising sale

June 11th 2018

Hornsey branch held a successful tabletop sale outside the Labour Party office.

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