19 March 2019
Bournemouth’s only Green Party Councillor Simon Bull gave a short speech to the large turnout of amazing young people stepping out of school on Friday 15th March 2019 to stand up for their right to a future.
15 March 2019
EU nationals will be able to vote in the May 2nd council elections. British and British Commonwealth citizens are also eligible to vote. You have to be 18 years old to vote. In general elections, students can vote in their home area OR their university area, and in local elections, students can vote in their home area AND their university area. Everyone must be registered to vote at their current address(es):
11 March 2019
The local Green Party has written an open letter to Bournemouth Labour Party regarding progressive politics in our local area.
01 March 2019
Caroline Lucas, Green Party MP, speaks in Parliament about climate change.
21 February 2019
Green Councillor Simon Bull has been receiving complaints from local residents in Winton about parking enforcement. Residents report that monitoring and enforcement isn't happening of double yellow lines, or areas with limited parking time allowed.
19 February 2019
Green Party councillor Simon Bull and local activist Chris Rigby have renewed their calls for the re-opening of Winton Library Gardens.
10 February 2019
The Bournemouth Beach oil rig is now in place and drilling has begun. Simon Bull, Green Party councillor for Winton East and Parliamentary candidate for Bournemouth West, has called out the lack of action by Bournemouth West's Conservative MP Conor Burns to try to prevent it.
06 February 2019
Three very different events are running this weekend during the visit to South East Dorset of our Green Party MEP, Molly Scott Cato. Ask Molly a question online, join a debate at BU, or get active and join our local election campaign on the ground... or why not do all three?!
23 January 2019
After full licensing for test oil drilling in Poole Bay was rammed through by the Conservative Government, oil rig installation is expected to start imminently, within sight of Bournemouth, Purbeck and the Isle of Wight.
11 January 2019
Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party, visited Bournemouth on Tuesday 8th January for a busy day delivering leaflets, speaking to members of the local party and, in the evening, to the wider public at a meeting of Save our Shores.
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