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Introducing Labour in Baddeley, Milton and Norton

1710_BM_Helen_photo.jpgThe three member Baddeley, Milton and Norton ward falls mainly in Stoke North with approximately a third in our constituency.  In our constituency are the neighbourhoods of Baddeley Edge, Baddeley Green (part), Carmountside, Light Oaks, Milton and Stockton Brook (part).

Our ward organiser is Helen Harrison who works for a local Labour MP.  Helen worked for Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service for many years and is active in the FBU.  She is secretary of North Staffs Trades Council and as our Women’s Officer wants to encourage more of our brilliant women out on the campaign trail.

If you would like to support Helen and the Labour Party in this area please use the Volunteer button. 

As there is no Labour Councillor in this ward please contact gareth.snell.mp@parliament.uk if you need any help or advice.

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