Get Involved Locally

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Join Your Local Green Party

Contact us to find out more about your local party.

We'll be very pleased to hear from you. More local members can make a huge difference to our capacity to improve the local area and local policy.

 

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Social Evening

If you'd like to try us out before deciding, feel free to join us at our monthly 'Green Drinks'. It's a very casual evening where local people can come together and discuss local issues or other areas of society or the environment which concerns them. Or simply having a great chat about whatever you want.

We meet for:

Green Drinks in Leamington the 3rd Wednesday of every month at The Old Town House in South Leamington from 7.30pm onwards.

Green Drinks in Kenilworth the 1st Wednesday of the month at The Tiltyard, 25 Leyes Lane, Kenilworth, CV8 2DE.

If you want to come along, just drop in, or contact us to say you're interested.

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Volunteer Without Joining

We always welcome volunteers to help with our campaigning work.

Could you help deliver our newsletters to your street, or go out with our campaign team and speak to local residents about their concerns.

We are particularly keen to find more volunteers with fundraising, press and research experience or administrative skills. Whatever your level of experience and however much or little time you can give, we would love to hear from you.

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Donate

If you don't have much spare time at the moment, but would still like to help, why not make a donation?

Your donation will help us stand more candidates for more elections, and help the party do more to support the work of our members across the country.

 

 

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Join the National Green Party

Your local group will still hear that you've joined, and you'll be invited to join in with local activities too.

 

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VOTE GREEN!

We'll field candidates in all elections, so please vote Green whenever you agree with our views.

"Democracy means participation.
To achieve change, participation, not observation, is needed."