26 May 2017
The Green Party promises Green MPs will protect the environment, reverse the privatisation of the NHS, give people a referendum on the terms of any Brexit deal and bring forward plans for a basic income and shorter working week.
22 May 2017
Imaginative design can create housing with a focus on community - Stroud co-housing is a great example.
20 May 2017
Natural Flood Management reduces flood risk at low cost.
19 May 2017
Stroud District Green Party is urging all progressive voters in Stroud to vote positively.
09 May 2017
Greens – Progressive Alliance - ‘We tried to work with other parties for the common good’.
05 May 2017
Eva Ward (Stroud Central) and Rachel Smith (Minchinhampton have been elected from the Stroud District to Gloucestershire County Council, doubling the Green Party representation at Shire Hall.
25 April 2017
The co-leaders of the National Green Party, Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley, have written to the leaders of the Labour and Liberal Democrats urging them to unite to stop the Tories ‘wrecking Britain’. Lucas and Bartley are calling for a meeting between party leaders to discuss ways to beat the Tories at the General Election and deliver a fairer voting system. We are waiting to see if there is any interest from Labour and Liberal Democrats.
20 April 2017
In February, Green Party volunteers went door-to-door across the local area with a survey on local priorities: talking to local citizens about the issues that matter most. Here’s some of the things we heard from the 405 survey responses in Minchinhampton Division, and from talking on the doorstep - and ways we are committed to taking action.
16 April 2017
On the 3rd of April, members of the Green Party of Korea, in the UK for the Global Greens Congress in Liverpool, took time out of their schedules to visit Stroud, and to explore many of the environmental and social innovations in the local area. Below is a letter from Youngmee reflecting on the visit - and highlighting the importance of a global green movement for sustainable, resilient communities.
12 April 2017
At the recent discussion with Larry Sanders, Sarah Lunnon, who was chairing the discussion, ended the evening with a memorable phrase: “We can all see the potholes in the roads, but there are also potholes in our care system; just because they are harder to see doesn't mean they are not there”