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Link to Green action at December’s full Council

Green action at December’s full Council

6th December, 2017

Sheffield’s four Green Councillors have submitted a set of amendments to the meeting of the full council on Wednesday 6th December 2017. Full Story »

Link to Sheffield Green Councillors shortlisted for national awards

Sheffield Green Councillors shortlisted for national awards

3rd October, 2017

Sheffield Greens are delighted to report that two Green councillors, Alison Teal and Magid Magid, have been shortlisted for major national honours Full Story »

Link to Let Sheffield Breathe: Time to End Vehicle Idling

Let Sheffield Breathe: Time to End Vehicle Idling

12th September, 2017

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the council’s move to tackle vehicle idling – but the real work of fighting air pollution is being led by the Greens, not Labour Full Story »

Link to Greens oppose limits on local democracy

Greens oppose limits on local democracy

5th September, 2017

Sheffield Green Party councillors are objecting to the ruling Administration’s proposal to reduce opposition in council meetings. Full Story »

Link to Green Party suggestions for improving council meetings

Green Party suggestions for improving council meetings

4th September, 2017

Green Party councillors have been taking part in the cross-party group of councillors discussing how to change council meetings. Full Story »

Link to Report from July’s Sheffield Council Meeting

Report from July’s Sheffield Council Meeting

7th July, 2017

July’s council meeting was the first ordinary full council meeting to be held since the big walk-out of opposition councillors in April. Full Story »

Link to Sheffield Green Councillor thanks residents and calls for ‘Crookesmoor Boys’ memorial trees to be preserved

Sheffield Green Councillor thanks residents and calls for ‘Crookesmoor Boys’ memorial trees to be preserved

22nd March, 2017

Sheffield Green Councillor Magid Magid spoke on Sunday at a memorial event for soldiers from Crookesmoor School who lost their … Full Story »

Link to Greens support Asset of Community Value status for the University Arms

Greens support Asset of Community Value status for the University Arms

13th February, 2017

CAMRA have had to make a 3rd application to the council to designate the University Arms, Brook Hill, as an … Full Story »

Link to Natalie Bennett public meeting “Why Sheffield needs Green solutions”

Natalie Bennett public meeting “Why Sheffield needs Green solutions”

16th November, 2016

Everyone is invited to a public meeting and question and answer session with Natalie Bennett, former Green Party leader and … Full Story »

Link to Report from November’s full council meeting

Report from November’s full council meeting

7th November, 2016

November’s full Council meeting showed how far the green movement has come in facing up to the environmental challenges facing … Full Story »

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