There are many ways to get invovled in Compass as a Compass member or supporter- here are just some of the ways!
- Input into Compass' strategy and decisions
- Start a local Compass group
- Volunteer in the Compass office
- Volunteer for Compass from where you are
Compass members and supporters are the backbone of Compass. In the last year we have seen a number of new local groups created and a number of groups continuing to meet regularly across the UK.
Compass local groups exists for our members and others to meet to debate the political issues of the day, assist in both our national and local campaigning work as well as to simply provide an open and inclusive space for our members to meet like-minded people in a friendly environment.
Please contact the convenors if you’d like to be more involved. If you don’t have a Compass group in your region or near to you and you’d like to help set one up, please email Rosie.
Willie Sullivan, Convenor, Compass Scotland
Compass Scotland Facebook Group
Russell Elliott, Convenor, Compass Wales
Compass Cymru Facebook Group
East Midlands / Nottingham
Steve Yemm, Convenor, Compass East Midlands
Yorkshire & the Humberside / Leeds
Darryl Baker, Convenor, Compass Yorkshire & the Humberside
Patrick Doyle, Convenor, Compass Manchester
Cynthia Dereli, Convenor, Compass Merseyside
North East/ Newcastle
Pauline Jenkins, Convenor, Compass North East
Compass Newcastle Facebook Group
East Midlands/ Central South Nottingham
Claire Jenkins, Convenor, Compass Nottingham
West Midlands / Birmingham
Andy Howell, Convenor, Compass West Midlands
Martin Grant, Convenor, Compass Bristol
Compass Bristol Facebook Group
Matthew Fulton, Convenor, Compass Norwich
Dick Symonds, Convenor, Compass East Kent