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We're a small, independent party which doesn't have the funds of the bigger parties to fight elections and yet in our short history we've been trusted by voters to represent them several times. We always need more members and our current membership fee is just £10 a year. If you become a member you'll get full voting rights and can join our meetings (around 4 per year) to help decide policy and receive our newsletter. There are also committee roles to get even more involved.

Or if you don't have the time to support us as a member, you can just support us by taking part in our lottery to help raise valuable funds

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Membership conditions

Membership shall be on an individual basis.

Every member has equal voting rights within the party.

  1. A member must currently be a resident or in employment, within the parish boundary of South Woodham Ferrers.

  2. A member should be at least 16 years of age.

  3. A member may, at the discretion of SWFRP, belong to another party or political organisation, but may neither stand for, nor canvas for, any other party in elections for a seat in a SWF ward, whilst a member of SWFRP.

  4. A Membership fee of £10.00 will be payable on an annual basis.

A member will be excluded if any of the above conditions are broken.

A member will be expelled if:

  1. the Party is brought into disrepute by a member's actions where they are against the Party's code of conduct;

  2. a member has been convicted of a serious criminal offence.

Code of Conduct

A member should speak, write and act in such a way that s/he cannot be accused of prejudice, bigotry or incitement to hatred of any other person or group of people within society, with particular referrence to:

  1. age;

  2. sex or gender;

  3. race or ethnicity;

  4. creed or religion;

  5. disability.

Also, a member should behave in such a way that s/he cannot be accused of:

  1. sexual harassment;

  2. bullying or intimidation.

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