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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 stand for: opposing airport expansion for its climate and local impacts; for proportional representation; a positive future in the light of Brexit; human rights as the Tory government scraps the Human Rights Act, against TTIP and fracking. 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.  

We're currently raising funds to support our regional co-ordinator role. Please donate here if you can.

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. 

Latest News Stories

Greens pledge long, hard fight against Heathrow expansion South East Greens have pledged a long and hard campaign to fight off expansion at Heathrow – or any other South East airport - in light of the climate threat. [Read more]
Fossil fuel tide A growing tide of fossil fuel developments is looming over the hills and dales of the South East and Greens are needed to unite against this threat. There are campaigns in Surrey and West Sussex, including the South Downs National Park, and still time to act.   [Read more]
Surrey Greens call for £177m pension investments to be moved from fossil fuels to benefit Surrey pensioners and the greater good Green Party Councillor Jonathan Essex has called upon Surrey County Council’s Pension Fund to change the way it does its business. Cllr Essex, who attended the latest meeting of the Fund this week, highlighted the financial case for considering a more sustainable investment strategy. [Read more]

What's Happening

Tuesday, November 01, 2016 at 07:30 PM
Toby Carvery in Redhill, United Kingdom

East Surrey Green Party AGM

All members are welcome at our AGM. This is where we get together to talk about and celebrate what we've achieved over the last year, hear from existing officers and elect new ones, and make some plans for the coming year. And of course share some food (buffet-style) and a good time with fellow Greens from across East Surrey!

We'll also be picking candidates for the Reigate and East Surrey constituencies in case of a snap general election, so you'll have a chance to meet and quiz those who are standing.

You can find the minutes of the previous EGM/AGM on the Green Party members' website.

There's been a small team of officers keeping things working in our local party, and to keep it going we need people to put themselves forward for some of these roles. Your local Green Party is a great place to put your skills, ideas and enthusiasm to good use. If you'd like more information on any of the jobs, contact (And if you're considering standing for a position but haven't been very involved before, don't worry, you'll have support from more experienced members of the Green Team!)

We look forward to seeing you there!

Tuesday, November 08, 2016 at 07:30 PM · 3 rsvps
Green Room Theatre in Dorking, United Kingdom

Mole Valley: the New Texas?

Oil and gas applications flooding into Surrey could cause the area to become the new Texas. Rigs and heavy lorries are set to appear in our beautiful countryside and near towns and villages. 

Join the discussion about what we can do to halt the growth of the damaging fossil fuel industry in our area – film and Q&A in Dorking at 7.30pm on Tuesday November 8th. Watch “Voices from the Gasfields” – a film by Ian Crane on fracking and its impacts in the UK and in Australia and meet the film maker. It started with one conventional oil exploratory oil rig in Southern Queensland – now there are 280,000 hectares of fracked land plus infrastructure across this rural area.  Hear from local residents and campaigners about the covert development of the unconventional oil industry and its impacts.

No booking required. Refreshments available. Donations welcome at the event.

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