Climate Action Now

Council election manifesto – the Green Budget for People & Planet

4th April 2021

Green Party councillors proposed this amendment to the Labour budget proposals in March – it was voted down via the…

£650,000 on Labour Party electioneering

21st March 2021

Like many people in Gleadless Valley and across the city, I understand the need for the rise in council tax…

Green Party activists with banner outside DWP offices

Chancellor must not cut Universal Credit

27th February 2021

Dear Editor, The Sheffield Stop and Scrap Universal Credit campaign, which Sheffield Green Party is part of, is calling on…

Christine Gilligan Kubo (l) at the S6 Foodbank

Help the NHS this New Year

1st January 2021

In 2020 we helped and supported each other while acting responsibly and we need to carry that through into 2021.…

Gleadless Valley Greens with groceries to deliver

Food banks in high demand across Sheffield

29th November 2020

According to Voluntary Action Sheffield, food banks across the city have seen a huge increase in demand for support as…

Cllr Ruth Mersereau

Green councillor removed from committee for opposing Labour’s job cuts

20th December 2019

A councillor has been removed from a council committee for supporting trade unions against job cuts being driven by Sheffield’s Labour Administration.

Cllr Douglas Johnson's speech on the budget amendment

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s speech on the budget amendment

19th March 2019

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s speech on the budget amendment

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Universal credit factsheet

7th November 2018

We know Universal Credit will be very difficult for a lot of people. They will still need to claim it to have some money to live on. This factsheet from Sheffield Green Party is to give you as much practical help as possible.

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There’s a strong case for 20mph zones

17th November 2017

Sheffield Green Party supports the proposal for city centre 20mph speed limits other than on main roads.

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.