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The Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, visited Worthing to meet with our new Councillor Beccy Cooper.

Beccy Cooper and Jeremy Corbyn

Having first helped Labour Candidate Lee Cowen campaign in the Mash Barn by-election in Adur, he met Beccy in the Baked cake cafe, setup by Worthing West CLP Labour Party member Lauren Roffey as a social enterprise.

Jeremy was delighted in Worthing having it's first Labour Councillor in over 40 years and looks forward to us building on this success. 

Jeremy Corbyn visits Worthing

The Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, visited Worthing to meet with our new Councillor Beccy Cooper.

Worthing has it's first Labour councillor in 43 years after Beccy Cooper wins the Marine by-election!

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Worthing is changing and this historic result reflects those changes.

Beccy Cooper (Labour) 1032
Joseph Crouch (Conservative) 846
Antony Brown (Liberal Democrats) 246
Caroline Ponto (Green) 55

If you are as delighted as us at Beccy winning, why not join the Labour Party here and help us get more Councillors in Worthing next May?

Beccy Cooper wins in Marine!

Worthing has it's first Labour councillor in 43 years after Beccy Cooper wins the Marine by-election!

If you are unsure about how to vote in today's Marine by-election, please take a look at our guide.

St Johns Church

If you live in Marine and have registered to vote, by now you should have received a polling card. If you can’t find it, don’t worry as you can still vote by going to the Polling Station at St Johns Church Hall on Ripley Road and giving your name and address. It will be open between 0700 and 2200.

St Johns Church Hall is located on the corner of Elm Grove and Ripley Road and it’s full address is St Johns Church Hall, Ripley Road, Worthing, BN11 5NQ.

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Once there simply follow the instructions and guidance in the Polling Station.

How to vote in today's Marine by-election

If you are unsure about how to vote in today's Marine by-election, please take a look at our guide.

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