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We are the South East Green Party, the SE England part of the Green Party of England and Wales.

We stretch from Kent in the East, to Hampshire & Isle of Wight in the West, up to Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire. In the last Parliamentary Election over a quarter of a million people voted Green in the South East. We fielded a record number of candidates in the county elections on May 4 2017 and are aiming to stand as many candidates as possible in the General Election on June 8 2017. Support our Green voice in Parliament: Caroline Lucas MP, our Green Member of the European Parliament, Keith Taylor MEP, our local councillors and join our campaigns across the South East.  

Green Party members who want more information about the workings of the party, key documents and internal resources, should visit the members' website - our South East region pages have lots of information to support you. 

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Latest News Stories

Greens gain new seat and increase vote share The Greens have increased their vote share across the South East and gained a Green councillor on the Isle of Wight for the first time.  [Read more]
Becoming a Green Party candidate in the 2017 General Election Many local Green Parties across South East England are selecting candidates for the snap General Election on 8 June 2017. Interested in standing? Then approach one of the local parties listed below. You don't have to stand where you live. British subjects and Irish citizens can stand in any parliamentary constituency anywhere in the UK. [Read more]
Green vision for the South East Greens across the South East are highlighting what they will do for local residents as the county election campaign gets under way. [Read more]

What's Happening

Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 11:00 AM through May 21, 2017 · 1 rsvp
Red Jet Ferry Terminal, Cowes, PO31 7AR

Isle of Wight action day

                       

You can help us win another Green MP. We're campaigning to win in the Isle of Wight to get Vix Lowthion elected. Vix says: 

"Please come to the sunny Isle of Wight to join our campaign, I believe we can win here, help us turn the island Green".

To win we need to contact thousands of householders by delivering leaflets and knocking on doors. The Isle of Wight team need help from people who can door knock - training will be provided for canvassing. We've recently gained a Green councillor on the Isle of Wight and came a good second in many seats for the Isle of Wight Council. But the Isle of Wight Green Party can't reach all the Green voters on their own. Your efforts can make a real difference.

Please come over for the day, meet the team, get some training (if you need it) and set off out to win votes. If you'd like to stay overnight please let the IOW team know and they will aim to find you a home stay with a member. 

Meet at 11am at the exit from the Red Jet Ferry Terminal in Cowes (the ferry from Southampton leaving at 1015 would arrive in time). 

If you can come along please email volunteer co-ordinator Jenny Agricola membership@isleofwight.greenparty.org.uk and she will be in touch with joining instructions. Thank you.  You can also RSVP below - but please make sure you email Jenny so she can get in touch with you. 

Save the date: Eve of Poll June 7 and Polling Day June 8 – we will be posting details for this soon.

Travel tips: buy an all in one train and ferry ticket to keep the cost down. Travel together to get Group savings, and use railcards. Cars are expensive on ferries. There is an access fund for Young Greens (50% of train fare refunded until we run out of funds). First come, first served. Bikes are useful for getting around. Your local party co-ordinators are being asked to organise group days out in your area. Please contact them for details.

Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 11:00 AM through May 28, 2017 · 2 rsvps
Ryde Pierhead Ferry Terminal

Isle of Wight action day

                       

The South East Young Greens are organising a collective outing this weekend, which will be centered in Ryde.

Other Green Party members and supporters are also very welcome to come along.  

You can help us win another Green MP. We're campaigning to win in the Isle of Wight to get Vix Lowthion elected. Vix says:

"Please come to the sunny Isle of Wight to join our campaign, I believe we can win here, help us turn the island Green".

To win we need to contact thousands of householders by delivering leaflets and knocking on doors. The Isle of Wight team need help from people who can door knock - training will be provided for canvassing. We've recently gained a Green councillor on the Isle of Wight and came a good second in many seats for the Isle of Wight Council. But the Isle of Wight Green Party can't reach all the Green voters on their own. Your efforts can make a real difference.

Please come over for the day or weekend, meet the team, get some training (if you need it) and set off out to win votes. If you'd like to stay overnight please let the IOW team know and they will aim to find you a home stay with a member. 

Young Greens: camping is being organised or there are homestays available. Please let the IOW contact know.

Meet at 11am at the Esplanade bus station in Ryde (the ferry from Portsmouth Harbour to Ryde Pierhead leaving at 1015 would arrive in time). You can walk down the Pier or get the shuttle train service which connects with the ferry.

If you can come along please email volunteer co-ordinator Jenny Agricola membership@isleofwight.greenparty.org.uk and she will be in touch with joining instructions. You can also RSVP below but emailing Jenny is the most important thing to do. Thank you.  

Save the date: Eve of Poll June 7 and Polling Day June 8 – we will be posting details for this soon.

Travel tips: buy an all in one train and ferry ticket to keep the cost down. Travel together to get Group savings, and use railcards. Cars are expensive on ferries. There is an access fund for Young Greens (50% of train fare refunded until we run out of funds). First come, first served. Bikes are useful for getting around. Your local party co-ordinators are being asked to organise group days out in your area. Please contact them for details.

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