"Time for a Warwick University Railway Station" Says Green co-leader Caroline Lucas MP

15 May 2018

Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas MP was at Warwick University making the case for a University of Warwick railway station.

More action needed on air pollution in Warwick district

21 March 2018

Warwick District Green Party have been highlighting the problem of dangerous air pollution in Leamington.

Green Party cycling motion success

20 March 2018

Warwickshire County Council has passed a joint Green-Lib Dem motion to improve cycling routes in the county.

Green Budget proposals focus on Children’s Centres and dealing with traffic gridlock.

08 February 2018

Conservative Central government continue to slash money to Councils for services like roads, older people care and health visitors while expecting them to raise resident’s Council Tax.

New Figures show 'measly' Warwickshire Council spend on cycling

18 December 2017

New figures unearthed by the Green Party have been released showing that Warwickshire spends less than 10% the recommended amount on cycling.

The Green Party plan to protect Children’s Centre Services

04 December 2017

The Green Party has identified the money to protect children's services for the future.

Councillor Jonathan Chilvers speaks out on air pollution

09 November 2017

Dangerous levels of pollution in Leamington are putting health at risk.

Greens Win In Warwickshire

07 May 2017

Green Party County Councillors Keith Kondakor and Jonathan Chilvers held their seats at this week’s local county elections.

Campaigning for safer roads around schools in South Leamington

14 February 2017

Green Party County Council Candidate Martin Luckhurst is joined by Green Party campaigners Harry Palmer and Mark Armitage to deliver a petition to Cllr John Horner ( Warwickshire County Council cabinet portfolio holder for community safety). The petition was to ask the County Council to place 20 mph speed limits around Clapham Terrace, Sydenham and St Anthony's primary schools in Willes (South Leamington), after concerns were raised by residents regarding speeding in the area. Martin and Green Party colleagues collected 741 signatures from local residents. Martin said 'Safety on our roads is really important, especially around our schools. Listening to the concerns of local residents about speeding in the area, it made sense to push the County Council to add 20mph speed limits around these schools. I will be very happy to see the wishes of the residents brought to fruition by the Council as one of many steps to make our community safer'.

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