The Mid Sussex Labour Party covers Burgess Hill, East Grinstead, Haywards Heath and surrounding villages. We have a branch of the party in each of the three towns.

Our membership is now over 770, an increase of well over 100% since 2015, and continues to grow following the 2019 General Election.

Mid Sussex Labour is an active party, initiating campaigns on both national and local issues, such as Rail Privatisation, Living Wage, local parking charges and Town Centre redevelopment plans which have received a lot of local support.

We are an eclectic bunch of people who all believe in Labour’s core values and try to find modern solutions to uphold those values and are very vocal in getting our views and ideas heard.

As well as being Labour supporters and activists we are very sociable and hold regular events including Summer and Christmas parties and Quiz Nights, and are looking at more informal ways of engaging people in discussion such as meetings in pubs or coffee bars.

We welcome all new members and value those we already have, everyone who joins us can be certain of a very warm welcome, and everybody’s voice will be heard.

Life’s not always as fair as we’d like - but society should be!

Elaine Bolton - Chair, Mid Sussex CLP

Labour Leader and Deputy Leader Election Results

Results from the Leadership elections are as follows:

Election of the Leader of the Labour Party

Election of the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party

No candidate has received more than 50 per cent of votes cast. Dawn Butler received the fewest votes in the first round, she is therefore eliminated and her second preferences redistributed.

Ian Murray received the fewest votes in the second round, he is therefore eliminated and his second preferences redistributed.

Final results from the third round as follows:

Many congratulations to Keir and Angela, our new Leader and Deputy Leader

For full details including the Scottish Labour Deputy Leadership and NEC CLP By-Election Results go to the Labour Leaderership 2020 Results page

Press Release – Eleven Storeys: Same Old Tories

Burgess Hill Labour Party is concerned about the latest New River Retail proposals for an eleven storey block of flats in Burgess Hill town centre. These proposals, involving a block taller than nearby St John's Church spire, show scant regard for what Burgess Hill residents need and want. The eleven storey block is disproportionate to its surroundings and would set a precedent for other developments such as The Brow.

Read the full story on our News page.

Mid Sussex Labour out on the town again!

We will be out in Burgess Hill, East Grinstead and Haywards Heath over the next few months. Promoting Labour and highlighting local issues...

Burgess Hill town stall

We will also be leafleting and door knocking, trying to get to those areas that we sometimes miss..

If you see us out and about come and say hello - we are a friendly bunch and always ready to chat!

We are not just an Election Party - we are a 365 day a year party, keep an eye on our Website and Facebook Pages for details of what we are up to.