Weʼve raised £0 to field a Green Party candidate in every ward in West Suffolk at the 2019 local elections.
- West Suffolk, UK
- Closed on Friday, 1st March 2019
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The 2018 local elections went well for the Green Party.
In 2019, it will be our turn in West Suffolk to offer an alternative for people fed up with one-party-state councils.
If you choose to elect them, our candidates will work for the people of West Suffolk to protect our public services, conserve our environment, reflect the diversity of our community and help build a sustainable future for Suffolk and the UK. From our largest towns - Bury St. Edmunds, Haverhill, Newmarket, Brandon and Lakenheath - to our rural communities, the Green Party will champion local people, their vibrant culture and the local economy. We will welcome neighbours from near and far and show compassion with action to help vulnerable people in our community.
The Green Party is 99% made up of volunteers - this is how we’ve been running for over 40 years. There is so much to do to win elections, we rely on volunteers and welcome your help. Whatever skillset or ability you have, you will be an asset to us. Helping in your local community by delivering a few leaflets or chatting with voters on the doorstep will make a real difference to getting more Greens elected.
We'd love to hear from prospective candidates, new members, supportors and volunteers .Get in touch on Facebook, Instagram or via email.
Please donate to help us reach more people and get Green councillors elected in West Suffolk in 2019!!
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