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.
17 February 2019
Bournemouth Council’s Wessex Fields scheme to build a new road through the green belt in the area around the A338 and Royal Bournemouth Hospital continues despite environmental concerns and local opposition.
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.
21 December 2018
This letter from Susan Chapman was published in the Bournemouth Echo on Monday 17th December.
25 October 2018
SEDGP members were among those on the six coaches from Dorset who went to London to take part in The People's Vote March.
03 October 2018
South East Dorset Green Party members met students at Freshers Fair, held at Bournemouth University, on 22nd September.
23 September 2018
Fossil Free Dorset has published an article on its website concerning methane pollution from local oil wells. Another issue of concern is that of the proposed siting of an oil rig in Poole Bay.
Sign up for updates