Local Elections
Local Elections

Stroud District Council has a key role in delivering services, like housing, refuse collection,  planning and environmental health, helping people and communities and promoting policies and  action to protect the environment and tackle climate change.

We will be fielding candidates across the District for the Council which has 51 members across 27  wards, which vary in size, and who are elected for a four-year term. These are a mix of single  member, two member or three member wards. Have a look at Becoming A Councillor and Labour  Party resources.

With the Tories slashing services and starving councils of cash, Labour candidates are vital to  stand up for people and local services on a platform that reflects our values and the needs of the  communities that we serve. More info on Standing to be a Labour Councillor is here.

Councillors attend full Council at Ebley Mill and usually a couple of committees, all of which are  normally held on weekday evenings. The current meeting schedule is here. Councillors receive  induction, training and are paid an allowance, travel, subsistence and other expenses.

We need you, for us to win the Stroud seat, we must ensure we fight throughout Stroud, and give  people everywhere the opportunity to vote for a Labour Councillor”, Simon Opher, Prospective  Parliamentary Candidate.

Prospective Labour Councillors
Prospective Labour Councillors '24

Labour Councillors For Gloucestershire & Stroud

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