The North of England Community Alliance exists to improve the lives of people living in the North East, North West and Yorkshire regions of England. We are registered with the Electoral Commission and work to support local community based political parties and independent campaigners for change.

Promoted by Brian Moore on behalf of the North of England Community Alliance, both at 63 Rothwell Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE3 1UA

North of England Community Alliance

Working for You

The North of England Community Alliance wants to make a positive difference to the lives of people in the North East, North West and Yorkshire. However, unlike the larger parties, we are reliant on local people not financial backers with deep pockets, such as big business or unions.

What we need are supporters who believe that together we can make a difference. Please, help in any way you can.


The North of England Community Alliance strives for achieving of equality of opportunity, social justice and community empowerment in the North East, North West and Yorkshire & the Humber.We exist to fight for the resources and powers to change this.

The North of England Community Alliance is at its core a campaign organisation and association of groups that want to improve our region.

We have a strong commitment to strengthen rural and urban communities in the North of England with the aim of improving quality of life for all. The North of England suffers from some of the worst health and education outcomes in England with some of our indicators being more akin to some of the poorest parts of Europe than the more affluent parts of England. This is just not good enough and it has to change.

The environment is central to a true sense of community, locally and nationally. The North needs sustainable development to improve the region’s economy and build homes to live while protecting local green spaces.

The North of England Community Alliance believes in a strengthening democracy in the 50 top tier local authorities as well as the many district and local councils across the North through the election of people independent of national political parties who put national dogma before the interests of local people. We want to reinvigorate our communities with a golden age of street level democracy through parish, town and other local councils taking decision making to the lowest level possible.

We believe that public services should be run for the benefit of service users, involving them in shaping services. There is no place for excessive profit in our vital public services.