Did you know that the Green Party was founded in Malvern? You learn something new every day!
We always welcome volunteers to help with our campaigning work. Could you help deliver our newsletters to your street, or go out with our campaign team and speak to local residents about their concerns?
We are particularly keen to find more volunteers with fundraising experience or web design, press, research and administrative skills. Whatever your level of experience and however much or little time you can give, we would love to hear from you.
One more Labour, Lib Dem or Conservative MP won't make a big difference, but another Green MP could make the world of difference.
Contact John Raine (01684 565052) for more information about ways you can get involved.
If you don't have much spare time at the moment, but would still like to help, why not make a donation? Your donation will help us stand more candidates for more elections, and helps the party do more to support the work of our members across the country.
As a member, you can be as active as you like - from simple armchair and online support to standing as a candidate for election. More people are joining us all the time, things are really happening for the Green Party right now.
The Green Party currently has one county councillor, three district councillors and two parish councillors in Malvern Hills.
We aim to increase our representation at all levels, so we need lots of enthusiastic, committed and hard-working candidates and supporters. We are particularly keen to ensure diversity amongst our candidates.
Candidates must be paid-up members of the national Green Party and support its main aims and policies.
For further details please contact John Raine (01684 565052)
Green Party Meetings
Malvern Hills Green Party monthly meeting Tuesday 4th September 2018
Our next monthly meeting is on Tuesday 4th September, 7.30pm at the Guesten Room, Lyttelton Well, Church Street, Malvern WR14 2AY.
This month we have a special talk and discussion led by Hugh McMichael entitled 'A Fundamental View of Imprisonment', based on his voluntary work in the prison service trying to help some our most challenging prisoners.
All members are welcome to the meeting, refreshments and warm welcome will be available as usual.