Let's make everyone in Oxfordshire aware of the Green Party. Let's put up posters everywhere where there are elections.
We have small A4 posters you can put in your window, bigger A3 posters for large windows or to put on a garden stake, and some large Green Party boards that can be seen from a distance.
Tick the types of poster you can display, then leave a comment saying how many you need.
Or if you just want one or two posters, print this PDF.Become a volunteer
Elise Benjamin (Iffley Fields) needs your help to get re-elected as a Green Councillor this May.
Without Green councillors there will be virtually no one left to:
HOLD THE LABOUR-RUN COUNCIL TO ACCOUNT
END THE HOMELESSNESS CRISIS
TACKLE AIR POLLUTION
SAVE OUR COMMUNITY FACILITIES
PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT
Please complete the volunteer form below:Become a volunteer
Cheryl Briggs, selected Green Party candidate for Oxford West and Abingdon.
As you may know, for the first time in over 30 years we’re not contesting the seat of Oxford West and Abingdon. However, we’ve not given up – far from it, we are contesting all the other parliamentary seats in Oxfordshire.
The Conservative Party looks set to return to government, aiming for a hard Brexit, cuts to schools and elderly care, and other policies that will hit ordinary people very hard.
We have the chance to defeat the Conservatives here. Layla Moran, the Liberal Democrat candidate, is a progressive who can win back the seat that they held until 2010. For this reason I agreed to step aside, after consulting local members.
We are sorry not to give voters the chance to Vote Green this time. But the Green Party feels that on this occasion the best way to advance Green values is to ask that voters back Layla Moran to be their next MP.Send feedback
I have been living in East Oxford for 36 years and been a Green Party supporter for as long. I trained as a teacher and have worked for Oxfordshire Mind for many years. The Green Party's policies to stop climate change and fight for public services are my priorities.
I am very concerned about the critical situation of the NHS and Social Care. This makes me especially pleased that the National Health Action Party (NHAP) has endorsed me. Our two parties are the only ones in England opposing privatisation in all its forms and demanding proper funding. In Oxford, like most of the country, we have too few GPs, Hospital doctors, Nurses, hospital beds and trained Care workers and the situation is getting worse..
I am glad that Jeremy Corbyn supports Green MP, Caroline Lucas' Bill to reinstate the NHS and the Junior Doctors' struggle. However it is disappointing that the Labour Party 'establishment' (MPs, Councillors and party officials) is not with him.
Oxford needs more Councillors who work for Council Housing, a minimum wage you can live on, and for good public education. I would like to join them to work for Rose Hill and Iffley.Send question
I have lived in Oxford for the last six years, and Littlemore for the last year and a half. I also work in the city, for a small charity offering rehabilitation services to prisoners. I have run and participated in many arts events in Oxford and write poetry and novels in my spare time. I joined the Green Party last year, as they were the only party representing the fairness and meaningful change I'd like to see.
I want to be councillor of Littlemore because I'm passionate about representing the people of Oxford and making sure their needs are met. I want to defend the most vulnerable members of our community and safeguard much needed services for Northfield Brook residents.
When elected I will present a solid left wing voice on council. I will oppose any austerity measures introduced, and particularly work to secure and maintain decent social housing, fight the closure of Oxford children's centres and defend the NHS from further cutbacks. I will champion green policies, and those that welcome migrants into Oxford.
At both the recent local and Euro elections the Greens polled second, behind Labour, across Oxford City clearly establishing themselves as the City's second party.