Suffolk Coastal Constituency Labour Party is divided into three Branch Labour Parties (BLPs) which between them cover the whole of the Suffolk Coastal parliamentary constituency. Each branch is run by  Executive Officers who are elected each year at the branch’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) which usually takes place in February or March. Branches discuss political issues, plan local campaigning activities, send motions to CLP meetings, nominate officers for the CLP, and help select local council candidates.


Leiston & Blyth Valley BLP

Aldeburgh, Aldringham-cum-Thorpe, Benhall, Blaxhall, Blythburgh, Bramfield, Butley, Campsea Ashe, Chediston, Chillesford, Cookley, Covehithe, Cratfield, Dunwich, Eastbridge, Eyke, Farnham, Friston, Frostenden, Gedgrave, Henstead with Hulver Street, Heveningham, Huntingfield, Iken, Kelsale-cum-Carlton, Knodishall, Leiston-cum-Sizewell, Linstead Magna, Linstead Parva, Middleton-cum-Fordley, Orford, Peasenhall, Reydon, Rushmere, Saxmundham, Sibton, Snape, Southwold, Sternfield, Stratford St Andrew, Sudbourne, Theberton, Thorington, Tunstall, Ubbeston, Uggeshall, Walberswick, Walpole, Wangford with Henham, Wantisden, Wenhaston with Mells, Westleton, Wrentham, Yoxford

Woodbridge BLP

Alderton, Bawdsey, Boyton, Brightwell, Bromeswell, Capel St Andrew, Foxhall, Hollesley, Martlesham, Martlesham Heath, Melton, Nacton, Pettistree, Purdis Farm, Ramsholt, Rendlesham, Shottisham, Sutton, Sutton Heath, Ufford, Woodbridge

Felixstowe BLP

Bucklesham, Falkenham, Felixstowe, Hemley, Kirton, Levington, Newbourne, Stratton Hall, Trimley St Martin, Trimley St Mary, Waldringfield

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