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The 2018 Green Gathering

The Oxfordshire Green Party met for its annual gathering on 29 September, a social event punctuated by serious attention to serious topics. This year, the gathering was held in Eynsham. There were four very interesting talks during the morning, followed by lots of discussion in the afternoon.

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Council lose £0.5m in parking fees
Joint Press Release: Green Group and LibDem Group
Green and LibDem Councillors on Oxford City Council have taken the unusual step of issuing a joint press statement to highlight the £0.5m loss in parking fee income to the Council as a result of the Westgate opening.
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City Council wins further £500,000 funding to help rough sleepers
Green Councillors have welcomed the additional Government support for homelessness. Says Green Group Leader Cllr Craig Simmons,
The focus of the Green Party's last local election campaign was homelessness. It seems that the message has hit home. Just a year ago the City Council were denying the issue whilst introducing controversial policies aimed at 'managing' rough sleeping - such as the Public Space Protection Order, Community Protection Notices - and closing hostels such as Lucy Faithfull House. We seem to have reached a turning point - they are now recognising the humanitarian crisis unfolding on our streets. However, the Council's thinking is still not fully aligned. We still have the draconian PSPO and only this week it was revealed that the Council are removing benches used by the homeless.
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What's Happening

Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 10:00 AM · 3 rsvps
5 Tower Close, in Abingdon, United Kingdom

Abingdon Action Day

Abingdon Green Party are having an Action Day in the target ward, Abbey-Northcourt.

Come and help Cheryl Briggs win the local election in 2019 and become a Green councillor in Abingdon.

This is information gathering, finding out what residents are concerned about. If you do not have previous experience you will go with someone who has experience. It's enjoyable and not at all scary. The majority of residents are more than happy to talk to us about their concerns. If you don't fancy door-knocking, then there will be plenty of copies of Green News to deliver.

 It will be sociable, and supportive.

Start times at: 10am & 1 pm. (Pick a time that suits you)

Bring along some lunch to share with others at 12.30pm. Snacks, tea and coffee are provided.

Friday, November 23, 2018 at 07:30 PM
The Angel in Bicester, United Kingdom

NOGP Social November 2018

North Oxfordshire Green Party invites all Green Party members as well as anyone interested in what we do to join us for a casual chat or heated debate.

If you're new to The Green Party this is a great opportunity to introduce yourself in a casual setting. To find us, look out for Robert and if you still can't find us give him a call on 07557 023792.

Friday, November 30, 2018 at 01:30 PM
Chapel Street Car Park, Bicester in Bicester, United Kingdom

60 Second Surveys in Bicester

We're doing some more 60 second surveys in Bicester this November.

If you're a member or supporter it would be great if you could help us conduct these surveys. Don't worry if you've never spoken to the public in this capacity before. An experienced Green Party member will show you what to do.

Meet on Chapel Street at the car park. If you have any queries, please get in touch with Robert Nixon (e: robert@robertnixon.net).

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Who's pledging


12,000 votes
Yes I support my Green Party candidate.
I might support my Green Party candidate, tell me more.
No I do not support my Green Party candidate.

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