Our Vision Statement
We invite you to join us in working for justice, equality and protection of the natural resources that sustain us, to transform Sheffield into a fairer, greener place to live and work.
We will achieve this by promoting:
- co-operative and socially just local economies;
- inclusive, diverse and caring communities; and
- fairness and wellbeing for everyone and our environment
Our vision for transport in Sheffield is set out specifically in Get Sheffield Moving, a campaign for better transport for all.
Greens in Sheffield
Sheffield Green Party is one of the largest local Green parties in the north of England. We have been represented on Sheffield Council since 2004. We currently have fourteen councillors. Douglas Johnson, Martin Phipps and Ruth Mersereau in City; Maroof Raouf in Nether Edge & Sharrow; Angela Argenzio, Brian Holmshaw and Maleiki Haybe in Broomhill & Sharrow Vale; Alexi Dimond, Marieanne Elliot and Paul Turpin in Gleadless Valley; Christine Gilligan, Toby Mallinson and Henry Nottage in Hillsborough; and Bernard Little in Walkley.
You can find details on how to get in touch with all our Councillors and Ward Groups on our contact page. We also have more details about our local groups and actions in your area. Find out how we are organised here.
Working together for a fairer, greener future
Sheffield Green Party is part of the national Green Party. We aim to work for a just, equitable and sustainable community in Sheffield. We focus our efforts primarily, though not exclusively, through the electoral system. Read more about what we have achieved in power.
Find out more about the Green Party on the national party website.
There are lots of ways to get involved with the party, such as coming to meetings, helping out with leafleting and canvassing or joining in on social media.