20 July 2022
The afternoon after UK temperature records were smashed with the hottest temperatures on record, recorded in Coningsby in eastern England, a group of climate protesters presented themselves outside the Southampton Civic building prior to the full Council monthly meeting.
16 May 2022
To those brave voters who supported us this year in an election where we orchestrated a deal with the City’s Lib Dems and whereby we had hoped to clinch a City Council seat; we truly thank you.
04 May 2022
Many Southampton city residents are finding it tough to balance their budgets mainly due to rising prices which began to escalate back in February this year. The impacts have been made much worse by government tax hikes and lower than inflation benefit rises. This is putting thousands in Southampton unnecessarily into serious hardship.
26 April 2022
Green Party Co-Leader Adrian Ramsay visited Portswood and Bitterne Park to meet Green Party candidates Katherine Barbour and Helen Makrakis this Tuesday afternoon. Adrian was keen to hear about local concerns. In both wards the Liberal Democrats are standing down to help the Greens get elected. Getting Green Councillors will change the nature of the debate in the City Council, bringing badly needed new ideas for the benefit of all in Southampton.
25 April 2022
Adrian Ramsay, Co-leader of the Green Party, will visit The Southampton and District Green party on Tuesday 26th April 2022 from 15:00 at Bitterne Triangle. Adrian is looking forward to meeting local Green Party supporters, volunteers and candidates working hard in the build up to the Southampton City Council elections on 5th May 2022.
12 April 2022
In the run up to the local elections in May, the party has said there has never been a more important moment to elect Greens who will work hard to help their community deal with the cost-of-living crisis while tackling the climate emergency and reducing inequality.
15 January 2022
Saturday afternoon saw around 40 protesters demonstrating outside the Itchen Conservative HQ in Dean Rd Southampton.
06 January 2022
To start the New Year off we wish everyone the best for 2022. Your New Year card comes with a list of very useful numbers. Please stay safe and help look after everyone.
24 September 2021
Now that the council is again stuck for ideas on how to progress in making the Royal Pier part of the City's access to the waterfront, the party is proposing that the Council at least commission a physical safeguarding assessment for a wind turbine having a blade tip at 248m high and sited near the end of the Royal Pier.
03 August 2021
This summer we have seen cycle routes and people-friendly traffic free zones removed from Southampton's streets. This is being done with little consultation with those who actually used and benefited from them. Conservative government ministers have warned that 'Councils which rip out cycle lanes or low-traffic neighbourhoods before giving them a chance to work or without evidence they are failing could lose future central government funding.
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