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Walkley Election Leaflet 2016Your candidates

First choice candidate Sue Morton has lived, worked and volunteered in Walkley for 38 years. She co-founded the Walkley Forum, opposed the sale of Walkley Library and continues to campaign for safer streets, better buses and cleaner air.

Liam Hardy lives in Netherthorpe and is finishing his PhD at the University. He is a keen cyclist and campaigns for climate change action at the University and across the city.

Chris McMahon was born in Walkley and has lived here most of his life. He is a well-known local musician and is campaign- ing to save healthy roadside trees from destruction.

It’s Greens or Labour here

Sue Morton finished second for the Green Party in Walkley Ward in the last two local elections.

This year you will have 3 votes and can elect your first Green councillors in Walkley.

Green action

Green Councillors have worked to stop litter and fly-tipping and deal with anti-social behaviour. We have challenged the policy of selling public services without public scrutiny.

We opposed plans for a new elected mayor, rejected in a 2012 referendum.

In the council budget we proposed to:

  • Cut the price of residents’ parking permits
  • Cut executive pay in the Council
  • Invest £6.5 million in cutting fuel bills for homes and schools

We also found extra money to:

  • Cut air pollution from taxis
  • Improve road safety and public transport
  • Save vital care for the elderly and disabled All were rejected by the ruling Labour group.

All were rejected by the ruling Labour group.

Contact us

Email: walkley@sheffieldgreenparty.org.uk

Find us on Facebook.

Download the election leaflet

Walkley Election Leaflet 2016 (17.7 mb pdf)

More about the election

Read the Sheffield Green Party Manifesto here.

See the full list of Sheffield Green Party council candidates here.

Topics: Chris MacMahon, Elections, Liam Hardy, Sue Morton, Walkley

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