Whether you are a long-time Councillor or have just been elected, you'll find useful campaign ideas, resources and information about being a Co-operative councillor here.
If you have just been elected as Labour & Co-operative, read our tips to getting recognised here.
Registration is open to be endorsed as a Labour and Co-operative candidate at the 2023 local election.
Including the Co-operative Party Charter on Modern Slavery
Using what we already have to generate local economic growth co-operatively
A co-operative agenda for enhanced city and county regions
It’s a bold vision where there is a presumption that unused public land can be used by communities to grow food on. We could see wildlife-friendly urban spaces, increased support for local supply chains, and stronger, healthier communities.
The co-operative movement has stepped up and has sought to fill many of the gaps. The retail societies have backed their commitment to co-operative principles with action and financial support, running campaigns to tackle loneliness, provide support for community groups, run member events, and backed the warm spaces campaign over the winter with hard cash.
Co-operators across the UK are putting in place practical measures to help people deal with the cost of living crisis.
Co-operative values have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and I will be a champion for co-operative solutions to the issues that we’ll face over the next few years. Working locally with initiatives to ensure food security and working alongside residents to help co-operatives thrive.
Commit to ensuring that there's nowhere to hide for modern slavery in your council's supply chain by joining the growing number of local authorities who have signed the Co-operative Party Charter Against Modern Slavery.
Are you a current Co-operative councillor or a council candidate? Here are 12 campaign ideas and issues to take on in your manifesto.
The Co-operative Party is campaigning for food justice. There are plenty of opportunities for Councillors to get involved. Read our briefing to find out more.