In the aftermath of Brexit and the US elections, we are seeking like-minded people to join the Green Party and assist in our campaign to get more Green councillors elected in Worthing.
There are many local issues that deserve a strong Green voice: A27 expansion, retail development in Montague Centre and Teville Gate, blue-green algae in Brooklands Lake, local transport and property development at Splash Point.
Plus, with amost 3,000 children in Worthing said to be living in relative poverty, we must act now locally to ensure the onslaught of austerity is opposed. Please support your local foodbank.
We require local people with fresh ideas, energy, compassion and skills to help us get our message out loud and clear. Any expertise, time, or money that you can offer the Worthing Green Party, would be gratefully welcomed. We meet every second Thursday of the month at the Beechwood Hall Hotel, Wykeham Road.
Please donate to our campaign, to help us get more Green councillors elected in Worthing Borough Council and West Sussex County Council.
Thursday, 9th March, 7.30pm (and every second Thursday of the month in 2017)
Worthing Green Party meeting
Beechwood Hall Hotel
Wykeham Road BN11 4JD
Everyone is welcomed to our meetings, so make a note in your diary and pay us a visit. Join us for a drink and share your thoughts about Worthing, politics, attracting publicity and engaging voters. Whether you are a member or supporter, your input is valued. We look forward to seeing you there!
For other dates of interest, check out our new calendar. If you would like to promote a green or community event in Worthing, please let us know by emailing email@example.com and we can add it to our calendar and share it via Facebook.
Read our latest blog posts about all things Worthing and Green.
If you would like to write a guest blog for us, or want us to cover something specific, please pitch your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, organisation, post idea and whether you are a Green Party member.
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