Green Party announces full slate of election candidates

4 April 2019

Worcester Green Party will be fielding a full slate of candidates in this year's Worcester City Council elections.

11 council seats are being contested in the elections on 2nd May. This is the 11th year in a row that the Green Party has had a full slate of candidates in Worcester.

Green Party - full slate 2019 city council elections

Neil Laurenson, Green Party councillor for St. Stephen ward, said:

'It's fantastic that yet again the Greens have a candidate in every ward in Worcester. Marjory Bisset has worked incredibly hard over the past few years and I know she would be an effective councillor in St. Stephen. Thanks must go to our local chairman, Cllr Louis Stephen, for his involvement in elections for over a decade. It's great to see more people joining the Greens and being willing to become councillors.'

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Green Party Meetings

All Green Party members are welcome to come along to our monthly meeting to discuss our plans for Worcester and Worcestershire.

Our next meeting is our AGM and starts at 7:30pm on Wednesday 15th July. Our monthly business meetings will now be online via Zoom. Please contact Louis Stephen by email if you would like to attend. If you need any help setting up Zoom, please get in touch.

For more information, contact Louis via email or telephone 01905 359 509.



Tuesday 7th July 7pm: "Averting the Insect Apocalypse"

Talk by Dave Goulson.

Dave Goulson will explain why insects are in decline, and suggest how we should tackle this crisis, first by turning our gardens into oases for life, and second by fundamentally changing the way we grow food.

See Events page for more information.

Wednesday 22nd July 6pm: The Fold Talk/Tour

Talk about organic gardening / tour / talk about the Fold Farm.

See Events page for more information.

Petition: Cycle parking at Worcester City Museum

Worcester City Museum has no public cycle parking. The City Museum is situated on a cycle lane. Cycle parking would mean that City Museum visitors can make sustainable transport choices and help ease the City's traffic congestion.