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A new vision for transport is needed say Greens from across the West of England

“A new vision for transport is needed” say Greens from across the West of England

Green Party councillors and representatives from across the West of England have come together to submit their joint vision for transport.

University must go further

University must go further

Green councillors have called on the University of Bristol to go further after it issued a statement saying it would looking into partial divestment from fossil fuels.

Campaigners remain determined as time starts to run out for Southvilles much loved community Faithspace

Campaigners remain determined as time starts to run out for Southville’s much loved community Faithspace

The campaign to save Southville’s much loved Faithspace building has ramped up in recent weeks as a six month moratorium preventing its sale draws to an end tomorrow.

Recycling is good but reuse is so much better Greens call for Hartcliffe way reuse and recycling centre

"Recycling is good, but re-use is so much better", Greens call for Hartcliffe way reuse and recycling centre

The long awaited Hartcliffe way recycling centre for South Bristol will be discussed at Full Council tonight, following cross party pressure to progress the scheme.

Tory proposals to reduce bus lanes are absurd say Green Councillors

“Tory proposals to reduce bus lanes are absurd” say Green Councillors

Green Councillors have slammed proposals made by Conservative councillors to reduce Bristol’s bus lanes.

Joint action needed to tackle Bristols dangerous air pollution

Joint action needed to tackle Bristol’s dangerous air pollution

Green MEP for the South West Molly Scott Cato visited Bristol this afternoon to discuss the worrying state of the city’s air.

Greens push for extra millions to protect care for the elderly and people with disabilities

Greens push for extra millions to protect care for the elderly and people with disabilities

Green councillors are calling on the Council to protect adult social care, which provides vital services for elderly people, those with disabilities and other vulnerable adults.

Malcolm X Centre must continue to serve local community say Green councillors

Malcolm X Centre must continue to serve local community say Green councillors

Councillors for Ashley ward are working to ensure that the Malcolm X Centre in St Pauls remains open and serving the local community.

More beds for Bristolians facing winter on the streets

More beds for Bristolians facing winter on the streets

Green councillors have welcomed the announcement that 20 additional emergency beds will be provided for rough sleepers this winter

Save Southvilles community Faithspace

Save Southville's community Faithspace

Southville’s two Green councillors will today (Tuesday 15th December) call on the mayor and the council to pledge support for a well-loved community venue in Southville.

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