At Labour Online, our aim is to equip every local Labour party with a great website and social media that really engages with constituents, whether it’s smaller scale ward parties, whole CLPs or larger party groups and societies.
Labour Online offers tailored websites and training to update it through one of the easiest blogging platforms available. In addition to this, we offer complete support and training in setting up Twitter accounts and Facebook pages for updating and communicating with constituents.
Social media and a well built site can establish a local Labour party a great deal, in both appeal to the general public and being in contact with local people, as well as aiding the organisation of local members.
To find out more in the packages we offer visit our ‘Get Online’ page.
The Labour Online team
Andy Kinsey – Co-Founder (Web Design & SEO)
As well as being the co-founder of Labour Online, Andy is Labour Activist in the Greater Manchester area and lives in Tameside.
Andy was the founder of SEO Andy, an independent SEO consultancy in Manchester and blog aimed at helping small and new businesses get online. Today, Andy works at RedStar Creative in Manchester as Head of Digital Marketing.
When he isn’t busy working and campaigning, Andy can be found on social media networks.
Harry Barham – Co-Founder (Social Media)
Harry is a law student at Sheffield University. He has a passion for using technology and new ideas to help the Labour party.
He has recently stepped-down from the committee of Sheffield Labour Students having led a campaign for a living wage in the University and Student Union. Now living back in Sheffield after a period in Manchester.
Harry spends his free time running or sitting in a pub with a pint in one hand and and his iPhone in the other, constantly using Social Media and is currently setting up a Social Media consultancy helping small and medium businesses get online.
Sam Marner – Graphic Design
Born in Canterbury, studying in Sheffield. Third year student of Architecture and Environmental Design at Sheffield Hallam University, have been politically active since 2007. Usually on the left of the Labour Party, a member of the LRC and supporter of the People’s Assembly. President of Sheffield Hallam University Labour and manager of SMart Design, an independent graphics and logo design business.