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Campaigns

The Bristol Green Party and its members are actively involved in many campaigns across the city and further afield. Councillors, in particular are involved in or run campaigns within their ward.

 

At a Bristol-wide level, we are currently running a campaign called

#LetBristolBreathe

aimed at improving Bristols air quality.

 

If you can offer your time but can't make the activities listed above or you'd like to help the campaign in a different role, please contact the Bristol Green Party on: 

volunteers@bristolgreenparty.org.uk

Alternatively, you can enter your information on the national party's website and we'll get in touch with you:  http://greenparty.org.uk/getinvolved/

To find out about joining the national Green Party click here: www.greenparty.org.uk/join

We Own It: Bristol Central Library 2013

We Own It Bristol Central Library 2013

Two floors of Bristol Central Library, which house one of the largest art collections in Britain, could soon be rented out to a Free School.

Pavements for People

Pavements for People

As a city centre ward lots of us live within walking distance of work and shops, but sometimes just walking about can be a struggle !

People's Assembly against Austerity

Peoples Assembly against Austerity

People’s Assembly against Austerity took place at Westminster Hall, London, on Saturday 22 June 2013.

Objection to Zoo parking on the Downs

Objection to Zoo parking on the Downs

Bristol Green Party object to the application to allow use the Downs for overflow car parking by Bristol Zoo Gardens

Traders & Residents Against Sainsburys Horfield

Traders  Residents Against Sainsburys Horfield

Sainsbury's propose to build a massive new supermarket on the Memorial Ground site at the top of Gloucester Road.

A Cleaner & Greener Neighbourhood in Easton

A Cleaner  Greener Neighbourhood in Easton

Anna McMullen is starting a campaign to get the litter problem sorted in Easton

A safe crossing for Ashley Hill

A safe crossing for Ashley Hill

Our Ashley ward candidate, Rob Telford, campaigns for a safe crossing for Ashley Hill.

Free cashpoint for Mina Road

Free cashpoint for Mina Road

The provision of free cash point facilities in some low income areas of Bristol is not great.

More benches for Bishopston

More benches for Bishopston

Where do you think more benches should be placed?

Hinkley Point Protest

Hinkley Point Protest

Bristol Green Party members protest against Government’s plan for more nuclear power stations.

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