14 October 2015
1pm Sunday 18 October in the Shrewsbury Hotel, Welsh Bridge, Shrewsbury SY1 1PU If you're under 30 or a full-time student - you're a Young Green!
18 July 2015
On Thursday 23 July Shropshire Council will be voting on TTIP.
A motion raising concerns about the damage TTIP could do to local authorities has been put forward by Cllr Miles Kenny; similar motions have already been passed in other areas. Please ask your Shropshire Councillor to support this motion, you can find out more here:
11 May 2015
The Green Party candidates, running in Shrewsbury and Atcham and North Shropshire constituencies both finished in 5th place with just under 5% of the votes. This represents a quadrupling of the vote share from 2010 in Shrewsbury and Atcham and a tripling of the votes for North Shropshire.
01 May 2015
Green Party lead in exit poll from Hustings in North Shropshire with 47%
28 April 2015
NFU bias against Green Party
12 April 2015
Green Party policy is 100% in line with NHS Defend policy. We are strongly supportive of a well-resourced, highly accessible, full spectrum A&E and hospital service in Shrewsbury. This must be supported by ambulance response times and standards that maximise patient benefits and we support a fully accountable, public NHS with zero private sector involvement.
08 April 2015
Emma Bullard's response to a question about voting tactically.
09 March 2015
Prospective Green candidate for Shrewsbury and Atcham Emma Bullard has received over 100 emails from local residents who are strongly opposed to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership - TTIP - in particular the threat it poses to the core principles of the NHS, and the undemocratic way it is being negotiated.
08 March 2015
The national Green Party conference take place in Liverpool from 6th- 9Th March. This is the first Green party conference ever with more than 1000 delegates expected, the first conference we have held with a total party membership of over 50,000 and the last one before the general election in May.
06 February 2015
Cllr Keith Barrow said on the radio last week that after years of cutting Shropshire now has the lowest spending per head on Adult Social Care in England. But far from hanging his head in shame, he says it is “proof of pudding”. In his make-believe world Shropshire alone has found the holy grail of providing excellent services for peanuts.
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