Shrewsbury & Atcham
8th May 2021
The Shrewsbury & Atcham Green Party is celebrating today after a huge win in Radbrook, Shrewsbury last night.
23rd April 2021
Shrewsbury & Atcham Green Party is renewing its calls for the planned North West Road in Shrewsbury to be cancelled, calling the project ‘incompatible’ with the UK’s ambitious new climate targets announced by the Prime Minister on Wednesday.
10th April 2021
Shrewsbury & Atcham Green Party has announced its full list of candidates for the local elections on 6 May.
31st March 2021
The fallout from the government’s Green Homes Grant (GHG) has affected Shropshire householders causing misery and annoyance and undermining the county’s climate targets, according to Shropshire’s Green Party councillor Julian Dean.
23rd March 2021
A new ‘20’s Plenty’ petition calling for 20mph zones to be extended across all Shropshire’s urban roads is finding growing support, according to its organiser.
16th March 2021
A talk hosted by the Shrewsbury Green Party has raised over £400 for the campaign to stop the North West Road.
13th March 2021
Shrewsbury-based visual artist Sara Mai is giving an illustrated talk about plastic waste on Tuesday 16th March at a virtual event hosted by the Shrewsbury Green Party.
19th February 2021
Shrewsbury Green Party is hosting a virtual public meeting on the North West Road called “Why The North West Road Will Ruin Shropshire” on Wednesday 24 February at 7.30pm.
19th February 2021
A Shrewsbury Green Party candidate has raised concerns over a proposed new primary school in the Bowbrook Meadows development after a Freedom of Information Request revealed that it will not have sufficient places to meet demand from local families.
6th February 2021
Shrewsbury Green Party, together with our partners on the Better Shrewsbury Transport (BeST) group, is ready to challenge Shropshire Council's plans for the North West Road when the planning application is submitted this month.
5th February 2021
A narrow Shrewsbury street, described as one of the town’s most dangerous roads for pedestrians and vehicles, has secured approval to switch permanently to one-way thanks to the campaigning work of residents and the area’s Green Party councillor Julian Dean.