News

21st June 2022

Shropshire 'Healthy Greens' show that the Johnson Government fails to ensure best care for Shropshire emergency patients.

8th June 2022

Shrewsbury Green Party welcomes 20mph 'study area' in town, but calls for more bravery from Shropshire Council.

7th April 2022

Over 100 local people were at a meeting at Radbrook Community Centre on Wednesday and protested about the proposal to remove the route 20 bus service in just two weeks' time. (22 April)

6th April 2022

Speaking today Green Party Councillor Julia Evans said “This report was more
shocking than words can express, and our thoughts go out to all the families
damaged by such appalling failures over so long.”

21st February 2022

Shropshire’s Green Party group will propose a fully funded shift towards greener travel across the county at a council budget meeting this week.

7th December 2021

Craig Emery, Chairman of Selattyn and Gobowen Parish Council, and the Labour candidate who attracted the greatest level of support in North Shropshire at the last local election, has joined the Green Party in what he described as a ‘difficult but necessary decision.’

6th December 2021

Green Party Deputy Leader Amelia Womack today paid a visit to the Cambrian railway buildings in Oswestry, to support the campaign for Green by-election candidate Duncan Kerr.

25th November 2021

The Community Scrutiny Committee of Shropshire Council were told that climate change means a 27% increase in flooding by 2050, overwhelming defences for Shrewsbury and Ludlow amongst other towns.

25th November 2021

Commenting on the news today that Paul’s Moss in Whitchurch has finally been given the go-ahead, Green Party candidate Duncan Kerr said:

15th November 2021

The Members of North Shropshire Green Party have chosen Duncan Kerr, the Shropshire Councillor for Oswestry South, Chair of the Town Council's Finance Committee and former Mayor to stand in the North Shropshire by-election.

6th November 2021

Residents of North Shropshire will have been aghast that when the country should have been focussing on the crucial climate negotiations at COP26 in Glasgow, the Government and the entire House of Commons spent many hours debating the misdemeanours of Owen Paterson.

2nd November 2021

Green Party Councillors across Shropshire have written to Shropshire Council leaders and Members of Parliament asking them to take the actions, which are essential if the county is going to play its part in the reduction and elimination of carbon emissions.

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