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Members of the High Peak Labour Party are driven by a common set of values:
Decency, Fairness, Opportunity, Compassion and Security.
This website has been created as a resource to help promote the activities of Members, Councillors and Candidates of the High Peak Labour Party. Through this website High Peak Labour hopes to be able to keep you informed about issues locally and nationally that affect all of us living in High Peak. We hope that constituents of the High Peak find this platform and information useful and we look forward to campaigning and voting alongside you in run-up to the High Peak Borough Council election which takes place in May 2023.
You can use the navigation menu above to find out more about this website, our councillors and candidates, some helpful info and resources about How to Vote, Get Involved and The Election’s Area Boundaries. You can also contact us if you have any questions.
We’re looking for help with our election campaign. Our councillors, candidates and volunteers would appreciate your support, spreading the message and encouraging constituents to vote Labour in May 2023.
High Peak Borough Council is made up of 28 different geographically bound wards, with each ward represented by up to 3 local borough councillors. Find out more about the wards in the High Peak, and which ward you are in by using our ‘Map of election boundaries‘ page.
Covering the wards of Barms, Burbage, Buxton Central, Corbar, Cote Heath, Stone Bench and Temple.
Covering the wards of Blackbrook, Chapel East, Chapel West, Hayfield, Hope Valley, Limestone Peak, New Mills East, New Mills West, Sett and Whaley Bridge.
Covering the wards of Dinting, Gamesley, Hadfield North, Hadfield South, Howard Town, Old Glossop, Padfield, Simmondley, St. John’s, Tintwistle and Whitfield.
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