The Association of Labour Councillors (ALC) is a Labour Party affiliated organisation which represents Labour councillors of England, Wales and Scotland within the Labour Party. The work of the ALC is governed by an executive who are directly elected by Labour councillors from each region.

You can find out more about the work of the ALC and the support the Labour Party provides to Labour councillors.

The ALC is supported by a Labour Party Local Government Officer who you can contact by emailing [email protected].

The 11 directly elected representatives to the ALC from the English regions, Wales and Scotland are:

Cllr Richard Henry (Stevenage)
[email protected]

East Midlands
Cllr James Dawson (Erewash)
[email protected]

Cllr Darren Rodwell (Barking and Dagenham)
[email protected]

Cllr Tracey Dixon (South Tyneside)
[email protected]

North West
Cllr Eamonn O'Brien (Bury)
E.O'[email protected]

Cllr Francesca Brennan (Inverclyde)
[email protected]

South East
Cllr Vince Maple (Medway)
[email protected] 

South West
Cllr Leigh Redman (Somerset)
[email protected]

West Midlands
Cllr Sharon Thompson (Brimingham)
[email protected]

Cllr Mary-Ann Brocklesbury (Monmouthshire)
[email protected] 

Yorkshire and Humberside
Cllr Abigail Marshall-Katung (Leeds)
[email protected]