15 December 2019
If you're wondering in these days after the election result what you can do towards changing the world for the better, here are a few events coming up in Bournemouth...
15 December 2019
The results of the 2019 General Election brought solid advances in the Green Party vote across South East Dorset.
10 December 2019
Simon Bull, Green Party candidate for Bournemouth West in the General Election, attended the oconstituency hustings event last night. The event at West Cliff Baptist Church on 9th December 2019 also featured the other candidates: Conor Burns (Conservative incumbent), David Stokes (Labour), and Jon Nicholas (Lib Dem). Here is a video and a transcript of Simon's opening speech.
27 November 2019
All four candidates for the Christchurch constituency attended a hustings session at Twynham School on Tuesday 26th November, organised by Christchurch churches, the first of two General Election hustings events in the constituency.
18 November 2019
About twenty five people turned out as part of a Bournemouth East Parliamentary Candidate's 'walk and talk' event organised by local environmental action group, Friends of Riverside.
16 November 2019
Climate Reality is presenting 24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action, a global conversation about the truth of the climate crisis and how we solve it. This event, led by local Climate Reality leader and activist, Mark Chivers, is designed for a broad audience; based on the science but accessible to everyone.
14 November 2019
Following the withdrawal of the candidate for Poole, a new candidate, Barry Harding-Rathbone, has been selected.
13 November 2019
Simon Bull, Green Party candidate for Bournemouth West, releases a video to promote his Crowdfunder page for the General Election. He said: "“We are in a climate emergency, as declared by the local council, Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole, and the national government. And when you declare emergency, you need to take immediate steps. It's not something we can kick down the line and look at in a few years' time."
30 October 2019
Boundary alterations have been made to local Green Parties to reflect Government boundary changes
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