The primary level of the SNP’ party’s organisation are the local Branches. All of the Branches within each Scottish Parliament constituency form a Constituency Association which is composed of delegates from all of the branches within the constituency.source: snp.org
The strength of the SNP resides in our members, and it’s the members of SNP Branches that do the work of getting our representatives elected in local, Holyrood and Westminster elections. Members do the work on the ground, canvassing and talking on the doorsteps, delivering newsletters and campaign material, and organising social events and fundraising activities.
North East Fife has 5 distinct branches – learn more about that here – and it is the Constituency Association that sees delegates representing their branches when the CA meets, typically every 2 months.
It has Office Bearers, as do the local branches, and these are elected annually by members. Both branches and the CA can submit resolutions to National Conference, and both send voting delegates to Conference, determining party policy and electing the National Executive Committee.
Membership has been steadily increasing and we are always looking to welcome new members – you may join the SNP here (a representative of your local branch will say hello once you’ve signed up) and, should you have any questions about the Party locally, you can contact us here.