20 February 2019
Southampton Green Party is delighted to announce that Cara Sandys will be the candidate in Coxford at the forthcoming election caused by the resignation of Keith Morrell.
25 January 2019
Clean Air Zone was discussed at the Cabinet meeting held in the Guildhall on Tuesday 22nd January 2019. The meeting was called to ratify the proposals made at the scrutiny meeting on creating a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) in the city.
17 January 2019
The possibility of a snap General Election looks increasingly likely. This will be triggered as a result of the mess the Tories are getting the country into. In preparation, Southampton and District Green Party have selected Parliamentary candidates for 2 Southampton constituencies.
16 January 2019
Katherine Barbour and John Spottiswoode address a large crowd of protesters during a demonstration against the inaction of Southampton City Council to curb the extreme air pollution in the City.
23 October 2018
Southampton and District Green Party are calling for everyone in Southampton and the surrounding area to switch their energy supplier to one that generates their own 100% green energy from renewables. Wind power and solar are becoming the cheapest energy sources around so it now also makes financial sense for those on low incomes.
13 October 2018
Southampton and District Green Party have created a new campaigning arm called ‘The Green Resistance’ which will seek to join with others in Southampton to push in an active and direct way for positive environmental improvements.
01 July 2018
After the city's second successful Clean Air Day, local Greens took to the streets talking to Southampton shoppers and visitors on how to curb air pollution and protect residents from the health risks associated with poor air quality.
21 June 2018
Thanks to Joe Hudson who caught the community event in Guildhall Square on Midsummer's day.
20 June 2018
Thursday 21st June at Guildhall Square
06 May 2018
The 2018 local elections were a unique year for Southampton. No party gained or lost in total, yet both main party leaders lost their seats.
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