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Join us campaigning to win in the general election - canvass sessions calendar

Join us campaigning for Karin Smyth 

Bristol South's hard-working Labour MP

Teresa May has called a general election for June 8th. She hopes to increase the Tory majority, but we will be out campaigning to make sure she doesn't gain any ground in Bristol South.

Join us campaigning this week - everyone welcome!

Labour activists will be heading out almost every day of the week, to speak to people on the doorstep and campaign for a Labour win in the general election. Come and join us door knocking this week. 


Friday - 19th May

  • 10.30am in Hengrove & Witchurch Park - meet Faye on the corner of Kylross Avenue and Gilda Close
  • 2pm in Southville - meet Faye on the corner of Lydstep Terrace and Kingston Road

Saturday - 20th May

  • 11am in Windmill Hill - meet Oli outside Wells Road Co-op
  • 11am in Knowle: meet Bob at the junction of Crossways/Wells Road
  • 3pm in Windmill Hill - meet Ted at the Star and Dove, St Luke's Road

You can also donate to the general election campaign in Bristol South: Donate here

If you'd rather not knock on doors you can also help deliver leaflets - this makes a huge difference. So if you have a couple of hours free, do get in touch.


Karin Smyth on the general election: Choose Labour

“In Bristol South constituency the choice is between Labour and the Tories. A choice between a Bristol-focused Labour MP working hard for people in communities across south Bristol, or a Tory candidate pushing a hard Brexit.

“I trust that south Bristol residents will think very carefully about the choice they face, and I’m confident they will reflect on my track record of achievements for Bristol South people in just two years since being elected: working hard and campaigning on jobs and skills, housing, the South Bristol Community Hospital & healthcare in general, access to financial entitlements, improving trailer safety and lots more.”


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