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South Norfolk Labour / A wholly democratic party, our foundations are our local Constituency Labour Parties: places like South Norfolk.

People / Each May, our Members elect our constituency Officers, who organise South Norfolk Labour. In addition, our Constituency comprises seven campaigning Areas, each with its own Co-ordinator. This ensures we remain close to our communities and their concerns. Our Candidates for national and local elections are democratically selected by South Norfolk Labour. More...
Contact / To get in touch with South Norfolk Labour or any of our people, please use our Contact Form
The constituency / South Norfolk is a mainly rural constituency in the south of the county. It includes the market towns of Loddon, Harleston and Diss; the Cringleford and Old Costessey suburbs of Norwich and the expanding communities of Hethersett, Poringland and Long Stratton. More...

A brave past / South Norfolk's quiet lanes and fields also have a brave, radical history in the famous 25-year Burston School Strike, the longest strike in British history, from 1914 to 1939. This triumphant action by teachers, forced to defend the education, conditions and futures of their pupils, was joined by the South Norfolk community and the national labour movement. It is celebrated each year with a big, free festival in the South Norfolk village of Burston. All are welcome. More...
Our MPs: past, present and future / South Norfolk goes Labour in times of change: when great issues about our future need to be decided with fresh thinking and a new direction. We were the first ever rural constituency to elect a Labour MP: George Edwards in 1920, after the turmoil of the First World War. And Labour won again with the election of Christopher Mayhew in the 1945 election, part of the great Labour landslide that created the NHS, the Welfare State and post-war reconstruction.

And now, more than ever, we need fresh thinking and a new direction. To build a society that works for the many, not the few.
George Edwards MP
Elected 1920, 1923
Christopher Mayhew MP
Elected 1945

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