Labour’s Team For 2015 in Brighton and Hove

Campaign launch.3With five months to go before the local elections, Labour has more candidates in place than any other party in Brighton and Hove, with the remaining few wards due to select in the coming weeks.

Labour is putting in place a strong team to run the city if elected in May, working alongside our three excellent parliamentary candidates who we are working to get elected to Parliament at the General Election on the same day.

Alongside a long-serving group of councillors seeking re-election, more than two-thirds of our candidates bring new experience and fresh ideas, and as now, half of our team are women. We have strong LGBT representation, and more BAME candidates than any other party.

I’m proud to lead this team and I’m committed to leading a party that represents every neighbourhood and every community in Brighton and Hove, from Portslade to Saltdean, from the Palace Pier to Patcham. Together, we will work to make Brighton and Hove better.

Cllr Warren Morgan

Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group of Councillors and Candidates

Here are our candidates and how you can keep in touch with them – click on the web links for photos, bios and e-mail addresses:

Beach candidates

Brighton and Hove Labour Party

Our webpage:

On Facebook:

On Twitter: @bhlabour

On e-mail:

East Brighton ward

Maggie Barradell @maggiebarradell

Cllr Gill Mitchell

Cllr Warren Morgan @warrenmorgan

Queens Park ward

Karen Barford @karenbarford

Daniel Chapman @Chapman_Dan

Adrian Morris @Adrian_Labour

Regency ward


Jonathan Skinner

Catherine Wilson

Hollingdean and Stanmer ward

Tracey Hill @TraceyMHill

Michael Inkpin Leissner @MikeLeissner

Caroline Penn @ThePennyDrops

Hangleton and Knoll ward

Chris Henry @chrishenryman

Nigel Jenner

Martin Perry





Hanover and Elm Grove ward

Cllr Emma Daniel @Huxley06

Ivor Fried @IvorFried

Chris Taylor

 Goldsmid ward

Malcolm Prescott @malcprescott

Jackie Quinn @jacquelquinn

Saiorse Horan @Saoirsejh

Preston Park



Preston Park ward


Kevin Allen

Julie Cattell @cooljool80

Neil Schofield @SZeitblom

Westbourne ward


Tom Bewick @TomBewick

Sunny Choudhury @bdbangladeshis1

 Moulsecoomb and Bevendean ward

Cllr Mo Marsh

Cllr Anne Meadows @AnneMeadowsBTN

Dan Yates @danieljyates

 North Portslade ward

Peter Atkinson

Cllr Penny Gilbey @PortsladePen




South Portslade ward

Cllr Les Hamilton

Cllr Alan Robins

 Woodingdean ward

Elizabeth McGinley

Judith Milton  @judith4wood

Wish ward

Edward Crask @edwardcrask

Cllr Anne Pissaridou @paulinemabel

 Withdean ward


Leo Barraclough @leobarraclough

Juliet McCaffery @McCafferyJuliet

Mike Middleton


Brunswick and Adelaide ward

Melanie Davis

Richard Stewart





St Peters and North Laine ward

Alex Boyle @acbboyle

Caraline Brown 

Maureen Winder

Hove Park ward

To select in January

Patcham ward

To select in January

Rottingdean Coastal

To select in January

Central Hove

To select in January


Parliamentary candidates in the General Election




Brighton Pavilion constituency: Purna Sen
Facebook: facebook/Purna4Pavilion
Twitter: @Purna_Sen

Brighton Kemptown constituency: Nancy Platts

Facebook: facebook/Nancy Platts4KemptownAndPeacehaven
Twitter: @Nancy_Platts





Hove and Portslade constituency: Peter Kyle

Facebook: facebook/hoveandportslade
Twitter: @TeamPeterKyle



Author: Warren Morgan


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