Cllrs Rob Murphy, Martin Phipps & Douglas Johnson

Thank you City Ward!

8th June 2018

Like everyone in Sheffield Green Party, Martin Phipps, Douglas Johnson and Rob Murphy worked and campaigned in the full year…

Cllr Rob Murphy

Greens cautiously welcome Labour change in direction

6th June 2018

Sheffield Green councillors are supporting proposals about transport and fracking – and welcome the fact that the Labour administration is catching up with local and national Green Party policy.

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 Rob Murphy, Martin Phipps, Cllr Douglas Johnson & Cllr Alison Teal at the Ofo launch at The Holt

City Ward – Spring 2018

2nd April 2018

The latest news from City Ward Greens

Alison Teal

Greens challenge Labour over PFI truth

21st March 2018

Green councillors have issued a challenge to Labour to face the facts in the Highways PFI contract.

Cllr Rob Murphy

Green Party announces mayoral candidate

12th March 2018

South Yorkshire Green Parties have announced Rob Murphy as their candidate for the upcoming election of the Sheffield City Region Mayor

Green Councillors Alison Teal, Douglas Johnson, Rob Murphy and Magid

Sheffield Greens council budget amendment

7th March 2018

Sheffield Green councillors today (7th March) proposed their amendment to the council’s budget.

Green Party activists helped the Friends of the Old Town Hall with a litterpick in Waingate

City Ward – Winter 2017/18

28th February 2018

The latest news from City Ward Greens

Cllr Magid

A vibrant council meeting with Cllr Magid

9th February 2018

Cllr Magid made an impact at a busy and vibrant meeting of the full Council on 7th February

Cllr Rob Murphy

Sheffield Greens warn Council decision will make Highways PFI our generation’s World Student Games

15th January 2018

Sheffield’s Green Party has warned that a recent council decision means the city will be paying off the Highways PFI for generations to come.