James Broadbent

James Broadbent is following this site, wanting to find out more about the Oxfordshire Green Party.
  • wants to volunteer 2016-07-17 11:09:27 +0100

    Help us to create a Greener Oxfordshire!

    Help us fight the climate crisis. Let's get more Greens elected!

    We need better representatives, ones that don't just pay lip service to the climate crisis. You can help our local election candidates reach thousands of voters before 7 May.

    Oxfordshire Green Party is campaigning for a Green New Deal by getting more Green Party members elected at all levels of government. Already our elected Green councillors have got local councils to divest from fossil fuels, declare a climate emergency, improve cycling facilities and require 50% social housing in new developments.

    We're not funded by big business or rich people, but we do have thousands of members and supporters in Oxfordshire. Will you help make a difference? Please sign up below to volunteer in any way you can. Or if you would like to speak to someone about it, please phone Kate Robinson on 07582 903996 to find how you can help, at a time that suits you.

    THANK YOU!

      

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  • donated 2020-03-17 10:35:52 +0000

    Regular donation

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    We know that not everyone can spend precious time fighting for the common good. That is why hundreds of people across Oxfordshire donate monthly to the Oxfordshire Green Party.

    Every small donation helps immediately.

    Your donation today helps us fight against what the experts warn us against - rampant climate change, crippling austerity, and eroding local democracy. Join other locals in supporting the Oxfordshire Green Party through a regular donation, and help us fight for the common good.

    We are solely reliant on small donations; your donations have helped us triple our local councillors in the 2019 Local Elections, and gave us over 2 million votes at the 2019 European Elections - all without a local office or even local full-time paid staff members!

    The sacrifice you can give of:

    • a packet of crisps (£1) a month could pay for 20 letters to help Oxfordshire's residents fight for their democratic rights, 
    • a coffee (£2.50) a month could help pay for a local resident campaign against climate change,
    • a lunch order (£10) a month could pay for people to hear from us directly,
    • a round of drinks (£25) a month could pay for a room to meet local residents and help them with their needs, 
    • a family of four's cinema ticket to one show (£50) a month could help pay for a full time staff member,
    • a dinner out (£100) a month could pay for an office space... for a week!

    So go on... give the party a treat!

    You can also donate by standing order.

     

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  • posted about Candidates wanted on Facebook 2016-07-17 11:07:55 +0100
    I signed up to volunteer for Oxfordshire Green Party. Join me!

    Ever thought of standing for election?

    This is a call for candidates to stand for the Green Party at the 2021 elections to councils in Oxfordshire.

    We need more Green councillors in Oxfordshire. Could you follow in the footsteps of our Green Party councillors in Oxford, and stand for election? You could improve the quality of our councils by representing the people and views that the governing parties ignore.

    Act now

    If you are at all interested in standing as a candidate, or helping organise a campaign for a candidate, please complete the form below, and the Elections Committee will get back to you with more details.

    If you want any more information on what is involved in standing as candidate, please contact the Elections Co-ordinator, David Newman.

    We are looking for both target candidates, who will work hard to win in May 2021, and non-target candidates who need to do as little as getting their name on the ballot paper so that people can vote everywhere for a Green Party candidate.

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I live next to a graveyard in darkest Oxfordshire, surrounded by ancient landscapes and landmarks, mentored by the writings of Robert Anton Wilson.