Bernard Little strong second in Walkley, Cllr Martin Phipps, Deputy Leader Amelia Womack, Speaker of Green Group Cllr Rob Murphy, Cllr Kaltum Rivers, Paul Turpin close second in Gleadless Valley, and Cllr Alison Teal

Thank you Sheffield!

13th May 2018

Your support made a difference: returning Alison Teal in Nether Edge & Sharrow and electing Kaltum Rivers in Broomhill & Sharrow Vale and Martin Phipps in City Ward

Cllrs Alison Teal, Kaltum Rivers and Martin Phipps ad the election count

Sheffield Greens celebrate 50% increase in councillor numbers

4th May 2018

Sheffield Green Party is celebrating after an excellent election result that saw their number of councillors increase by 50% and the re-election of Cllr Alison Teal in Nether Edge and Sharrow ward.

Council candidates with Caroline Lucas

Sheffield Greens target gains in May 3rd council elections

8th April 2018

Sheffield Green Party will again stand candidates in all wards aiming to significantly increase the council group from 4 councillors currently.

Cllr Magid speaking at the Sheffield Solidarity Against Racism Rally

Greens speak at Sheffield Solidarity Against Racism rally

7th April 2018

Cllr Magid Magid and Kaltum Rivers, Green candidate for Broomhill and Sharrow Vale, addressed the Sheffield Solidarity against Racism rally

Kaltum Rivers outside Hunters Bar Infant School

Broomhill & Sharrow Vale – Winter 2017/18

28th February 2018

The latest news from Broomhill & Sharrow Vale Green Party

Cllr Magid Magid

Hospital shuttle bus services are being quietly reduced

18th January 2018

Services on the very useful H1 hospital shuttle bus between the Hallamshire and Northern General hospitals are quietly being reduced from January 29th.

Kaltum Rivers

Broomhill needs a plan for traffic and parking

15th January 2018

We know there is huge support for a publicly funded, free at the point of use, NHS. The suggested free…

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