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City Council - Green Policies Agreed

City Council - Green Policies Agreed

18 May 2016

Last night (Tuesday 17th May) talks broke down on a three party power sharing agreement. Two of the three parties involved agreed, but Labour walked away. The Council must have leadership and the Green Party ultimately then had to choose which side to back.

Celebrating 2 seats on the City Council

Green Party Win Second Council Seat

11 May 2016

Last Thursday (5th May) Louis Stephen was elected to Worcester City Council with almost 50% of the vote in Battenhall ward.

Natalie Bennett Visits King's School

Natalie Bennett Visits King's School

27 April 2016

Natalie Bennett leader of Green Party England and Wales visited the politics class of King's School Worcester.

Natalie Bennet at Maggs

Natalie Bennett visits Maggs Day Centre in Worcester

25 April 2016

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett visits Maggs Day Centre in Worcester and accused the government of letting homeless people down.

The Green Party has released 'The not so secret life of 5 year-old politicians', a satirical election broadcast designed to shake up British politics.

Green Party launch #GrownUpPolitics Party Election Broadcast

07 April 2016

The Green Party has released 'The not so secret life of 5 year-old politicians', a satirical election broadcast designed to shake up British politics.

Doctors Strike

Green Party Stands With The Doctors

06 April 2016

Louis Stephen, chair of Worcester Green Party fully supports the junior doctors strike over new contract terms.

Green Councillors Matthew Jenkins and Neil Laurenson litter pick in Pitchcroft

Green Councillors litter pick in Pitchcroft

23 March 2016

Green Councillors Matthew Jenkins and Neil Laurenson were part of a group that picked several bags of litter on and around Pitchcroft

Living over the shop

Government minister backs Green Party campaign for more living above shops

04 March 2016

Communities Minister Marcus Jones has voiced his support for the city's 'Living Above the Shops' (LOTS) campaign, saying it could inject more life into retail areas.

Green Party Leader Visits Worcester University

Green Party Leader Visits Worcester University

25 February 2016

Green Party Leader Visits Worcester University

Natalie Bennett at Bilford Road junction

Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, listens to St Stephen residents' concerns.

19 February 2016

Natalie spent time listening to local residents in Kingston Avenue, Bilford Road and Bilford Avenue to find out the issues facing local residents.






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Green Party Meetings

Come along to our monthly meeting on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Our next meeting is our AGM and starts at 7.30pm on Wednesday 15th June in the Business Suite upstairs at The Hive and it would be great to see some new people.

For more information, contact Louis via email or telephone 01905 359509.

Sawmill Walk
The Butts
Worcester
WR1 3PD

Worcester Woods Retail Park

The Green Party, along with many local residents and the Federation of Small Businesses, is objecting to the plans for a huge shopping centre near Worcester Woods because of the negative effects on our existing local traders operating from the city centre.

Follow the link above to add your comments.

Student Groups

Worcester Students Campaign for Social Justice is a group for students who want to make their voices heard and campaign for a future of fairness and justice — not the dystopia offered by the establishment parties. Find them on Facebook.

University of Worcester Green Party Society is a new group set up for students that want to support the Green Party. Find them on Facebook.