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Saturday, February 04, 2023 at 02:00 PM · 14 rsvps

Action Day - Chipping Norton villages 4 Feb


 Chipping Norton Villages

Please join us for a Green Party action day in the area around Chipping Norton, Saturday 4 February, 2:00pm - 4pm.

We will be meeting in Chipping Norton before setting off to various villages.  We will send you joining instructions after your RSVP.
You will be paired with experienced campaigners, no experience necessary!
Just turn up dressed for the weather and bring a blue pen if you happen to have one.  We will provide the rest.
Saturday, February 18, 2023 at 10:30 AM · 4 rsvps
Witney in Witney, United Kingdom

Witney - Action Day 18th Feb

Come and help us in our build up to West Oxfordshire District and Witney Town Council elections in May 2023.

We are holding an Action Day on Saturday 18th February 10.30-12.30 & 2-4pm.  Join us for the morning or afternoon session - or both - you will be more than welcome. If you would like to stay over lunch, soup will be provided (tbc!) or bring your own sandwiches if you prefer.

Come and join us at our Witney Action Day

Come for as short or long a time as you can. We will be leafleting and door-knocking in Witney. You will be paired with an experienced volunteer so no experience or knowledge needed of local issues.

We hope to see you there. 

We will send you joining instructions when you RSVP.


Thursday, February 23, 2023 at 08:00 PM
The Chequer's in Chipping Norton, United Kingdom

Chipping Norton Green Drinks Feb 2023

Chipping Norton Green DrinksYou are warmly invited to join us 8pm onwards on the fourth Thursday of each month at The Chequers, Chipping Norton. A chance to meet up with Green Party members and supporters in the area and get to know one another informally. 

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Statement on current Trade Union disputes

The Covid-19 pandemic revealed how reliant we are on key workers. Those working in health and social care, education, transport, communications and other essential services were vital in maintaining the social fabric during periods of lockdown. Now in 2023, with the cost-of-living crisis hitting many of those very same workers across Oxfordshire and beyond, they are having to resort to industrial action to secure fair pay and acceptable working conditions.

Oxfordshire Green Party expresses its full support for striking workers across the County and will be demonstrating its support by joining the "March Together, Strike Together" march and rally. Marchers will assemble at 12:00 noon on Sunday 22nd January at Manzil Way, Oxford, OX4 1YH. This event is being organised by the Oxford and District Trades Council. All Green Party members are invited to join and show solidarity with trade unions across Oxfordshire. Confirmed speakers at the rally include Dave Ward (General Secretary of the Communication Workers Union) and Matt Wrack (General Secretary of the Fire Brigades Union). Further details can be found here:

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Another Green Win for Kidlington


Congratulations to Linda Ward
Linda Ward - St Mary's Kidlington
The election for Kidlington Parish Council - St Mary's Ward was yesterday 15th December.
Central to the election was the fight to protect the future of the green belt between Oxford and Kidlington, with the two candidates campaigning over the proposed future location of the Oxford United Football Club Stadium.
The people of St Mary’s voted overwhelmingly to protect their green belt by voting for the Green Party candidate Linda Ward.
The results were:
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  • Nigel Simpson 197 votes (38%)
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