International Women's Day

International Womens’s Day Walk and Talk

By Matthew | 21 February 2022

International Women’s Day History Walk and Talk Tuesday, March 08, 2022 11am – 12:30pm Be The Change: Bake a Difference, 2, Cornmarket, Worcester, WR1 2DJ GB https://actionnetwork.org/events/international-womens-day-history-walk-and-talk Join us for a¬†free walk and talk¬†featuring inspiring women from Worcester’s past. Starting by the statue of Vesta Tilley in the Cornmarket we will take a tour of […]

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Junk modelling workshop

Children’s Junk Workshop

By Matthew | 21 February 2022

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 10am – 1pm Pump House Environment Centre Waterworks Road, Worcester, WR1 3EZ A creative event for families with children under 12 at half term. Drop in and make amazing things together from recycled materials and junk (we will supply some, but feel free to bring some junk along). Wear old clothes […]

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Green Party members

Happy New Year

By Matthew | 1 January 2022

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has supported and helped us in so many ways throughout 2021! Whatever 2022 might bring, we hope that it will be a better year for us all. In the meantime, here are some of our highlights: City Councillors Louis Stephen and Neil Laurenson were both entrusted by residents […]

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What is a car club?

What is a car club?

By Matthew | 11 October 2021

To reduce car ownership and use active travel and public transport more, some people need a way to occasionally use a car or van without owning one. Car Clubs can be a solution. […]

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Plogging

Plogging: Staying fit and keeping our neighbourhood tidy

By Matthew | 24 August 2021

Local campaigner, Tom Piotrowski, has started a new initiative in Battenhall and St Peters that encourages people to combine physical exercise with looking after the cleanliness of their neighbourhood.  Tom Piotrowski is looking for volunteers to join him at the regular plogging sessions that combine gentle jogging with litter picking. The first session on Saturday […]

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polluting cars

Should we charge vehicles to enter Worcester city centre?

By Matthew | 1 June 2021

Worcester Green Party Councillor Louis Stephen was invited to comment on local BBC radio on the new scheme in Birmingham that has been introduced to reduce the number of polluting vehicles entering the city centre. See clip below. Louis made the point that we should be considering a similar scheme for Worcester but that we […]

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Election success 2021

2021 Local Election Success

By Matthew | 9 May 2021

Worcester Greens have had a fantastic set of local elections, gaining a 4th seat on the City Council and retaining our County Councillor. We also finished in second place in two of our target wards. People like what we do, and they understand how important our work is – we are on a roll! Why […]

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Worcester Green Party

Green Party Manifesto 2021

By Matthew | 8 April 2021

The Worcester Green Party has published an updated manifesto for 2021, covering six policy areas. You can view the new manifesto on our policies page, along with lots more information about how we want to improve things in Worcester. […]

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