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Council Election Campaign & Candidate Information

9th April 2021

Council elections due in May 2020 will now be held on 6 May. On the same date, there will also…

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.…

Christine Gilligan Kubo next to traffic at Malin Bridge

Green worries over more traffic in Malin Bridge and Broomhill

22nd December 2020

Sheffield Green Party has responded to the consultation on the Mottram by-pass, saying increased road capacity will increase congestion in…

Rewilding verges can play an important role in tackling the climate emergency

26th May 2020

It’s good to see Streets Ahead trialling “Living Highway” wildflower verges on Bochum Parkway and on Halifax Road, approaching Grenoside.

S6 Foodbank

Support your local food bank

26th March 2020

Food banks across Sheffield are already struggling to deliver the services needed while keeping volunteers and recipients safe

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Local people have concerns about plans for Hepworth Refractory Site

17th January 2020

Something needs to be done with a derelict site, but traffic generated by plans to build 350 homes on the Hepworth Refactory Site in Loxley Valley concerns local people.

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Sheffield needs to see climate emergency action now

4th January 2020

Under irresistible pressure from the Green Party and Extinction Rebellion, the Labour-run council declared a climate emergency on February 6th 2019.

Greens campaigning to win in Sheffield Central

12th November 2019

Sheffield Green Party are campaigning strongly to win Sheffield Central in the general election.

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Greens select Christine Gilligan Kubo for Sheffield Brightside & Hillsborough

5th November 2019

Christine Gilligan Kubo has been selected as the Green candidate in Brightside & Hillsborough.

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Greens support campaign to oppose new Lidl at Malin Bridge

4th July 2019

Local residents objecting to a new Lidl proposed at Malin Bridge won’t be reassured by claims that it will not have a significant impact on the local road network