Sheffield Townhall

On May 7th you can turn around a broken democracy in Sheffield

6th February 2020

The Planning & Highways Committee meeting on January 28th underlined the woeful state of democracy in Sheffield.

Sheffield Green Party Councillors

Green Party proposals to February’s Council

4th February 2020

Green Party councillors have submitted a raft of proposals to the full meeting of Sheffield City Council in February

Vote Green Party

Greens standing in all 28 wards

4th April 2019

Sheffield Greens are standing candidates in all 28 wards for the Sheffield council elections on May 2nd

Peter Garbutt

Group Policy Officers must go in next year’s budget

31st January 2019

Greens join Fran Kime in not agreeing with Labour Cllr Peter Price’s assertion that “all the loopholes and avenues where they might have been able to save money have gone.”

Peter Garbutt

Democracy continues to plumb new depths in Sheffield

17th January 2019

The Star recently published profiles of the 10 members of the Labour Cabinet that run Sheffield council. According to their profiles, we have a Cabinet full of saintly public servants.

Peter Garbutt, Alison Teal, Jon Ashe, Fran Kime and Rob Unwin

“Children’s safety must come first”

11th January 2019

Greens highlight traffic danger at Sharrow Junior School.

Rob Unwin at Nether Edge Rd playstreet

Nether Edge & Sharrow – Nov / Dec 2018

11th November 2018

The latest news from Nether Edge & Sharrow Greens

Peter Garbutt

How much can change in just 48 hours?

25th October 2018

Sally and Brian Williams were ordered to remove their amazing roadside flower beds, two days later, after a massive viral campaign seeking common sense, the council climbs down

Greens support Fair Funding for Sheffield Schools

25th July 2018

I’m a teacher and I join Sheffield Greens in supporting the Star’s Fair Funding for Sheffield Schools petition

Tree campaigners

Greens call for Council to withdraw legal action against street tree protectors

18th April 2018

It’s very disappointing that three street tree protectors still face High Court hearings on April 30th. This despite the tree felling pause that follows national outrage over the actions of Sheffield
council.