31 August 2019
Over 50 concerned local citizens attended a People's Assembly hosted by the local Green Party, on the topic of what we can contribute to the local climate and ecological emergency in Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole (BCP).
26 August 2019
South East Dorset Green Party invites you to a people's assembly on Weds 28th August, open to all, dedicated to discussion of the Climate & Ecological Emergency in BCP and what we as concerned members of the local community can contribute.
16 July 2019
This Tuesday evening, 16th July, BCP Council has overwhelmingly passed the Climate & Ecological Emergency motion submitted by Green Party councillors Simon Bull and Chris Rigby in fulfilment of an election pledge.
25 June 2019
A new drinking fountain for people and pooches has been installed at Winton Recreation Ground.
12 June 2019
Councillor Chris Rigby's letter in defence of Extinction Rebellion activists has been published in the Bournemouth Echo.
01 June 2019
Following the council election in Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole (BCP) on 2nd May in which the Conservatives lost their majority, a broad range of councillors from non-Conservative parties and groups have come together to take control of BCP Council and form a ‘Unity Alliance’.
19 May 2019
Bournemouth’s Green Councillors Simon Bull and Chris Rigby have fulfilled their pledge to submit a motion to the first meeting of the new BCP Council proposing a local declaration of climate and ecological emergency. 59 councils in the UK have already made a declaration.
15 May 2019
Molly Scott Cato, the Green Party's MEP for South West England & Gibraltar, put a strong and well received case for a pro-Remain Green vote at a hustings event in Branksome, Poole, on Tuesday with candidates from other parties.
14 May 2019
Molly Scott-Cato, Green MEP for the South West, and lead Green Party candidate in next week’s European election, today launched a “10-step Plan for Tax Justice” with an audience of small business owners in Bournemouth.
08 May 2019
Green Party candidates had a tremendous success across the whole conurbation in the local elections for the new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council.