Ponteland & Heddon on the Wall
Ponteland Village has over 11,000 inhabitants at the latest estimate, which is 3% of the total population of Northumberland. Ponteland Branch covers four county council wards Ponteland North, Ponteland East and Stannington, Ponteland West and Ponteland South with Heddon.
Ponteland North Ward also covers Belsay and Capheaton, areas within the Alnwick Parliamentary Constituency. Whalton Parish is also contained within Ponteland East and Stannington. Ponteland stretches as far as Stamfordham, Matfen and Whittingham Parishes. Ponteland South and Heddon complete the branch making the total population some 17,500.
In October 2019 a reinvigorated Labour Group for Ponteland and Heddon was established. We are very keen to involve as many members in the area as possible in our efforts. So if you are able to help in any way please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Susan on 07586353796.
More from Ponteland & Heddon on the Wall Branch
PONTELAND AND HEDDON LABOUR GROUP – GETTING GOING The new group met on 7th November and welcomed even more members. Working as a team we successfully completed the ring round of all party members in the area, increasing the numbers who want to be actively involved in campaigning. We are launching our first stall in … Read More
Less than 24 hours after getting set up the group met again to make progress on contacting all the members in the immediate area to confirm their support and invite them to the next meeting on Thursday 6th November. The WhatsApp group for the Ponteland and Heddon Labour Group was set up and went live. … Read More
The first meeting of a reinvigorated Labour Group for Ponteland and Heddon met on 29th October – the night we were given the opportunity to deliver a Labour government and a new MP for Hexham! Our top priority is to do everything we can to support a Labour victory both locally and wider. At the … Read More
Thanks to Labour Party activists and supporters for helping campaign in Ponteland on Saturday. A really positive response was received. Thanks to the Post Box Café was their warm hospitality too! www.postboxcoffee.com
A wonderful day out as ever at this event, despite the rain. Well attended by Hexham CLP officers. On the far right (position in photograph and not a reflection of labour politics) Chair Steve Grinter with Secretary Bill Haylock holding the banner. Social Media officer and co-chair of the Campaign Committee Tony Pierre stands under … Read More
Thanks to Labour North’s Callum Bell for leading a very enjoyable training session on persuasive doorstep conversations this afternoon. Thanks also to those Labour Party members who attended the training and then campaigned in Hexham East for Kim McGuinness, the Labour candidate in the Police and Crime Commissioner by-election on the 18th July.