06 April 2020
Councillors Simon Bull and Chris Rigby have released a video which has reached 14,000 residents across Winton as a replacement for the next door-to-door newsletter.
04 April 2020
Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Green Party (BCPGP) is issuing a public apology for unknowingly selecting a former UKIP activist as its 2019 Parliamentary candidate for Poole. This individual has now decided to leave the Green Party.
20 March 2020
Chris Rigby, Green Party councillor for Winton East on Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole (BCP) Council, says: "In this time of the Covid-19 virus make sure you're getting the best advice and use verified resources like the NHS website, the Government website and BCP Council's website for local information."
19 March 2020
On Wednesday 11th March, members and supporters of Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Green Party came together in a People's Assembly to consider the question: "Climate & Ecological Emergency: What can the Green Party contribute in our local communities?"
10 March 2020
Photographer Jayne Jackson is challenging the culture of victim blaming for sexual assault victims in her art project consisting of images to highlight and change opinions.
03 March 2020
Chris Rigby, Green Party Councillor for Winton East, says: "It's well and truly pothole season. The council will fix them, they just need to know where they are."
27 February 2020
Winton Library Gardens has now reopened following the campaign by Councillors Simon Bull and Chris Rigby, in fulfilment of another election pledge.
26 February 2020
Bournemouth Echo reports that a fresh proposal to build a wind farm off the Dorset coast would be welcomed by BCP Council’s planning committee chief, Green Party Councillor Simon Bull.
19 February 2020
Councillor Simon Bull has praised "a good morning's work" after participating in the latest Winton community clean up, organised by Winton Traders Association.
18 February 2020
The new BCP Council budget for 2020/21 has been comfortably voted through Full Council, with backing from the Unity Alliance and abstentions from the Conservatives. It contains £1.4m of new investment in BCP’s corporate priorities.