Croydon North Labour Campaigning in 2021

  • Broad Green 1st August
  • Broad Green 2nd August
  • Croydon Carnival of Culture 1st August
  • Selhurst 1st August
  • Hindus For Labour Launch 1st August
  • Norbury and Pollards Hill 30th July
  • Bensham Manor 27th July
  • Norbury and Pollards Hill 24th July
  • South Norwood 22nd July
  • South Norwood 21st July
  • Selhurst 18th July
  • Bensham Manor 13th July
  • West Thornton 10th July
  • Bensham Manor 22nd June
  • South Norwood 17th June

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How We Work

From our Croydon Labour teams, right up to the National Executive Committee, Labour is a volunteer-led organisation.

All party members have a direct role in choosing their representation at many levels of the local and national party organisation, from elected councillors, to annual party conference attendees.

Croydon North Constituency Labour Party (CLP) uses a branch structure, meaning each of the nine electoral wards in the constituency has a Branch Labour Party (BLP) which is open to any party member living in the ward.

Each branch elects officers and delegates annually, the delegates represent the interests of their branch at a monthly General Committee (GC) meeting, along with local delegates representing other parts of the Labour Movement.

The General Committee (GC) is the main decision-making body of the Constituency Labour Party. All members are invited to elect officers at its Annual General Meeting (AGM), and these officers deal with various functions involved in running the Constituency Labour Party (CLP) during the following year. Officers report back to the General Committee about their activities on a regular basis throughout the year.

All members are welcome to attend their Branch meetings, General Committee/All Members Meetings, and free to stand for elected positions at all levels of the Constituency Labour Party.

Constituency Map

Croydon North Demographics


2012 (138,435)
2018 (146,238)


White British 32.5%
Asian/Asian British 23.4%
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British 31.5%
Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Groups 7.6%
Other/No Data 2.3%