Natalie Thomas
Natalie Thomas

Natalie Thomas has been selected by Sheffield Green Party to stand for Hallam constituency to replace Jared O’Mara as MP.

Speaking after her selection, Natalie said,

“All the world over, we face a climate emergency. The time has come when this needs to be in the forefront of all political decision-making.

“I’m a mother and a grandmother, standing up for all our generations’ futures.

“Enough is enough of this chaos. We need clarity and a fair contest. I’m calling for a People’s Vote on Brexit. Young people should not have fewer freedoms and opportunities than their parents enjoyed.”

“But this starts at home. I will also be a local Hallam MP, acting on everyday issues as well as restoring the link to Parliament.”

Natalie has a long-standing commitment to environmental causes and brings this to bear as a mature support worker. She added,

“In the 1990s, I stood on the front line to save our country’s landscape against open-cast mines and the road-building programme.

“I now work as a practitioner supporting women to overcome trauma in their lives and helping them move forward. I understand the need for a person-centred approach. When residents of Hallam need it most, I can be a tough, experienced and effective advocate.”

Councillor Alison Teal spoke in support of Natalie, saying,

“Natalie is a resourceful, compassionate and intelligent woman who works with disadvantaged groups. She has a strong history of environmental activism and an abiding concern for the health of our planet and the rights and wellbeing of current and future generations.

“Natalie has the skills and calm temperament to be a formidable parliamentary representative for Hallam constituency.”


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10 thoughts on “Greens select Natalie Thomas for Sheffield Hallam

  1. chris thomas says

    At last, someone who is honest and has integrity.

  2. Danielle lovett says

    I couldn’t think of a better woman to fill this role! Perfect!! 🙂

  3. Daniel Hopper says

    About time! I know who I’ll be voting for

  4. Rowena Esp says

    Good luck Natalie. Hallam will be incredibly lucky should you win that seat.

  5. Graham Wroe says

    Good luck Natalie. Hallam deserves a hard working and compassionate MP, and I know you will fit the bill.

  6. Catherine Acons says

    Would greens link with other parties if a coallition transpired? Do you associate with Women’s Equality Party for example?

  7. Eamonn Ward Sheffield Green Party. says

    Catherine – Greens do talk to WEP and we would work with them. We have worked with the Lib Dems and Plaid Cymru on the Unite to Remain pact covering 60 seats. We won’t work with the Tories or the Brexit party but would work to be part of an alliance of other parties to form a government in a hung Parliament – a likely outcome in all elections now. Eamonn Ward Sheffield Green Party.

  8. S Geary says

    Great aspirations in the manifesto. However, there is a credibility gap relating to delivery of such massive investment in new technologies. Governments have a really poor track record in investing wisely on time. Just look at the experience of previous Green Deal programmes. Where are the skills in your Party, in the Civil Service or local government relating to this agenda? Even your leaders have difficulty explaining how they will implement this programme. If you want folk to vote for you, you need to provide a lot more detail about how you will deliver on your huge spending programme

  9. Lucas Williams says

    I’m in the Green Party, I want to vote green but I can find barely anything about Natalie Thomas online, Labour and Lib Dem candidates have various videos and showing their competency and aspirations for Hallam.

    Can the Green Party take this a bit more seriously please.

  10. Eamonn Ward says

    Lucas – Natalie has actively tweeted via @nat4hallam since being selected to fight the seat some months ago.

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