Progress is going to be campaigning in Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central for the upcoming parliamentary byelections. We want to support Gill Troughton and Labour’s eventual candidate in Stoke by doing what we do best – knocking on doors.
We achieve more together than we do alone – so we would like to invite you to join us.
On Saturday 4 February 2017 at 11am and 2pm join Progress director Richard Angell at the Copeland campaign office or deputy director Matthew Faulding and deputy editor Conor Pope at the Stoke campaign office. Generous supporters of Progress have offered to help with people’s travel – we can contribute up to £25 towards your travel with extra bursaries available for anyone who needs additional support.
For those who are really committed – or super keen – join the Progress road trip which involves going to Copeland on the evening of Thursday 2 February, two stay overs and two full days on the Labour doorstep. Sign up here to make a weekend of it – trains and accommodation provided but places are limited.
Labour Copeland Campaign Centre
Meeting at GMB office (free parking opposite office)
GMB Stoke office
Progressive centre-ground Labour politics does not come for free.
Our work depends on you.