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Keep Horton Hospital services open, say Greens

David Williams, Leader of the Green Group on Oxfordshire County Council, is strongly opposed to the recently announced plans to remove the maternity unit and paediatric care from the Horton Hospital. The moves appear to be part of a plan to close down the A&E service and eventually close the site to build housing.

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Greens support Oxford Stays rally

Oxfordshire Green Party will be supporting the Oxford Stays rally being held at 5.30pm in Broad Street, Oxford on Thursday 21st July. This rally will support many Oxfordshire residents whose right to stay in the UK may be under threat as a result of the Leave decision on 23rd June.

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What's Happening

Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 12:00 PM
Elder Stubbs in Oxford, United Kingdom

Elder Stubbs festival

ElderStubbs2015_300x233.jpgIn it's 25th anniversary year, Elder Stubbs is of “one of OX4’s most cherished events” with music, workshops, activities, craft and community stalls, pony rides, food – and a "sprinkling of magic Elder Stubbs fairy dust..!"

HELP NEEDED: Email elise@greenoxford.com to help at the OGP stall, where we will be promoting our housing campaign and petitions as we did at the successful Cowley Road Carnival stall in July.

People making a film about the Green Party will be visiting at lunchtime, talking to Green Party supporters.

Friday, August 26, 2016 at 08:00 PM
Royal Blenheim pub

New! Regular Green Party social

Meet up with your fellow Greens! Last Friday of each month.

Friday, September 02, 2016 at 09:00 AM through September 05, 2016
University of Birmingham

Green Party Autumn Conference 2016

As well as finding out about our Leader/s and Deputy Leader/s, the conference will be a stimulating and packed three-day programme of policy-making, topical discussions, training and evening social sessions. By the end of July we will have a detailed timetable including three panel debates, 24 fringe sessions on a variety of topical subjects and a training programme. See the outline timetable here. Until 8 July, members can input to the selection process for fringes and panels via the online survey on the members' website.

Members can register online via the members' website. They can book for as many or few days as they like, and can even pay on the door if they don't wish to book in advance. Non-members are also welcome to attend as 'Observers' at the same rates. There is a limited access fund for those who would struggle with the costs.

For more information on travel, accommodation, and creche, please visit the website

To find out more about the policies we will be discussing at this conference, see the First Agenda on the members' website. The deadline for submitting amendments is 15 July and the prioritisation ballot closes on 20 July. 

 

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