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Stroud District Council to demand urgent government action over climate change after Green motion approved

Man in flowers holding CEE Bill leaflet

Stroud District Council will be calling on the government to take urgent action over climate change, after councillors voted to approve a cross-party motion put to full council last night (Thursday April 29). The motion, proposed by Cllr Simon Pickering (Green) and seconded by Cllr Doina Cornell (Labour) asked for councillors to support the Climate […]

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Keep planting trees for future generations, says 1989 Save Our Trees protestor

Smiling man among trees

One of the protestors at the high-profile Save Our Trees demo in Stroud in 1989 is urging people to keep planting trees, saying the fight to preserve nature for future generations is never won. Adrian Oldman, now Green district council candidate for Slade, was one of hundreds of people who helped prevent council contractors from […]

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Government has not delivered promise of ‘Green Brexit’, say Stroud Greens

The government has failed “dismally but predictably” in its promise of a ‘green Brexit’, says Stroud District Green Party. A report on March 16 from a coalition of environment groups says the improvements promised by the government in 2017 have not been realised, and pressure to agree new trade deals and remove regulations mean the watering down of standards that stem […]

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Our MP must stand up for her constituents’ rights to protest

The new Police Bill could see peaceful protest, like the one in the picture of a demo in Stroud in 2019, outlawed. Below is our open letter to Siobhan Baillie MP, which was published in the Stroud News & Journal Thank you for your email explaining why you are supporting The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts […]

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Stroud Green member starts quirky three-wheeled ‘library’

When local teacher and SDGP member Beki Aldam and her small daughters heard that many people didn’t have access to books because of the lockdown, they decided to start a quirky mobile ‘library’. Beki, Maeve, six, and Iitu, four, set off on their electric cargo bike delivering free books to adults and children around Stroud. […]

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Javelin Park incinerator latest: open letter to Cllr Mark Hawthorne, Leader of Gloucestershire County Council

Dear Cllr Hawthorne Last week we witnessed the extraordinary sight of GCC being heavily criticised by its own internal audit committee, over the secrecy surrounding the repeatedly delayed report into the cost of the Javelin Park incinerator. Members of the public can watch this video clip showing last week’s scenes at County Hall https://www.hashcut.com/v/xC3vsET The […]

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