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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. 

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What's Happening

Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 10:30 AM · £1.00 GBP · 22 rsvps
United Church in Winchester, United Kingdom

Hampshire Gathering and Winchester Action

Please join this event for Green Party members from Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, with a focus on our two key election campaigns in Winchester and the Isle of Wight. Great speakers and an action you can support:

  • Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley
  • Speaker from the Campaign for Better Transport
  • Vix Lowthion (national spokesperson on education)
  • Help finalise the Green manifesto for Hampshire
  • Break out session for Young Greens
  • Training on door knocking
  • Help distribute 60 second surveys near to the venue in our target area (optional)

Final programme

There will be training on how to win elections and on topics of your choice; plus discussions on how Hampshire and Isle of Wight members can work better together and support each other's campaigns. In the afternoon there will be an optional outing onto the streets of Winchester to support their target campaign.

BYO lunch and snacks to share. Home made veg soup available for a £2 minimum donation plus tea and coffee provided by Winchester Greens. It's a great chance to meet your fellow Greens and build our campaigns to win seats on councils.

Tickets are £10 to cover room hire, with a reduced option of £1 for those on lower incomes.

Any surplus will be shared equally between the two campaigns. If you can make an additional donation towards the South East staff support effort that would be hugely appreciated. Thank you. 


Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 11:00 AM
Private addresses, Redhill in Redhill, United Kingdom

Redhill Action Day

We'll be in Redhill on November 12th and 26th, getting views from local residents with a survey.  If you can help deliver or collect surveys on one of these days, we'll be meeting:

.... on 12 November at 11am at 28 Brooklands Way, Redhill RH1 2BW
.... on 26 November at 11am at The Old Oak, 40 Somerset Road, RH1 6LT

Brooklands Way is around 15 minutes' walk from Redhill town centre, while the Old Oak pub is a half hour walk from Redhill or Reigate station. If you would like to be picked up from Redhill station, please email us to let us know, and please arrange to be there by 10:30am so we can keep things on schedule on the day. 

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