Malvern Greens in the News

Malvern Greens in the News

Green Leader Caroline Lucas a Big Hit  (Malvern Gazette: 08/11/2016)

SWDP acceptance no cause for celebration (Malvern Gazette: 11/2/2016)

John Raine is nominated for Police and Crime Commissioner candidate (Malvern Gazette: 10/2/2016)

Housing Debate conclusion strongly echoes leading Green policy (Malvern Observer: 27/3/2015)

Greens lead opposition to council leader's housing plans (Malvern Gazette: 6/2/2015)

Malvern Greens launch debate on future of NHS (Malvern Gazette: 27/1/2015)

Hub privatisation not in interest of residents (Malvern Gazette: 22/1/2015)

Not all councillors have had wage rises (Malvern Gazette: 8/1/2015)

Green candidate calls for renationalisation of railways (Malvern Gazette: 2/1/2015)

Cash boost for Malvern theatre group (Malvern Gazette: 24/12/2015)

Fears of graffiti in Malvern (Malvern Gazette: 22/12/2014)

Doors to Malvern open to Syrian refugees (Malvern Gazette: 3/12/2014)

Malvern mayor takes ice bucket challenge (Malvern Observer: 3/9/2014)

Call for redebate on chief exec share decision (Malvern Observer: 21/7/2014)

Malvern mayor cycles 100 miles for charity (Malvern Gazette: 10/5/2014)

Malvern mayor takes to the saddle in aid of special families (Malvern Gazette: 30/4/2014)

Malvern Cube community centre seeks investors for solar electricity project (Malvern Gazette: 28/4/14)

Revamped health centre opens in Malvern (Malvern Gazette: 8/4/2014)

Hoping to coin a new idea for trade (Malvern Observer: 7/4/2014)

'Banksy' art work goes up for auction (Malvern Gazette: 2/4/2014)

Pay rise for members leads to ‘red faces’ (Malvern Observer: 5/3/14)

Painting footbridge will complete Link station refurbishment (Malvern Gazette: 21/2/2014)

The Cube to get a new cafe (Malvern Observer: 26/2/2014)

Mayor's Diary: we need to listen to the victims (Malvern Observer: 13/2/2014)

All the signs point to concern over cluttering (Malvern Observer: 17/1/2014)

Bullying Claim as Tax Discount Bid Wins (Malvern Observer: 15/1/2014)

Saving our bus services (Malvern Gazette: 18/12/2013)

New school for Malvern Vale (Malvern Observer: 12/12/2013)

Support for parents in fight to get new school (Malvern Gazette: 10/12/2013)

Traders Call for Action on Parking Restrictions (Malvern Observer: 15/11/2013)

Mayor's Diary: Amnesty International (Malvern Observer: 28/11/13)

Comment on increased cost of recycling in Malvern Hills (Malvern Gazette: 01/11/2013)

Mayor's Diary: food banks (Malvern Observer: 31/10/13)

Julian Roskams Visits Our Place School (Malvern Gazette: 24/10/2013)

Cube Land and County Council's Plans (Malvern Observer: 24/10/13)

Incinerator facing major delay (Malvern Gazette: 27/09/2013)

Pressure to build (Malvern Gazette: 23/06/2013)

Building bridges between councils (Malvern Gazette: 19/06/2013)

Concern voiced at plans for 699 new homes (Malvern Gazette: 17/06/2013)

Councillor allowances (Malvern Gazette: 10/06/2013)

Reaction to Green county council victory (Malvern Gazette: 11/05/2013)

Green elected Mayor of Malvern (Malvern Gazette: 11/05/2013)

County Council election results in full (Malvern Gazette: 3/5/2013)

Julian's Charity Bike Ride (Malvern Gazette: 15/4/2013)

Lamb reopening (Malvern Gazette: 12/02/2013)

Greens go it alone on MHDC (Malvern Gazette: 18/01/2013)

Homes on pub site approved (Malvern Gazette: 24/12/12)

Malvern councillors back SWDP after dramatic U-turn (Malvern Gazette: 11/12/12)

U-turn may cost council boss job (Malvern Gazette: 4/12/12)

Late bid for Outdoor Centre (Malvern Gazette: 4/12/12)

Long-standing Lib Dem defects and goes Green (Malvern Gazette: 25/11/12)

Malcolm Victory, wins 2012 PRIME Award for Senior Entrepreneur and Best Product (Green Party: 16/11/2012)

MHDC votes to take forward the report of the CPG, chaired by John Raine (Malvern Gazette: 14/11/12)

SWDP proposals are a ‘monster that nearly no one loves’ (Malvern Gazette: 11/11/12)

Publication of CPG report on SWDP, chaired by John Raine (Worcester News: 27/10/12)

John Raine addresses the Civic Society on the AONB (Malvern Gazette: 2/10/12)

MHDC debate on wheelie bins (Malvern Gazette: 18/8/12)

Julian Roskams addresses public meeting to save Redditch Youth House. (Redditch Standard: 20/7/12)

Julian Roskams elected to represent Malvern West on District Council. (Malvern Gazette: 13/7/12)

Julian Roskams criticises Three Counties Showground for ending discounted rates for disabled. (Malvern Gazette: 15/6/12)

Luna Deller announces her decision to resign following her posting to teach abroad. (Malvern Gazette: 26/5/12)

Julian Roskams announces Town Council neighbourhood plans policy. (Malvern Gazette: 18/5/12)

West Malvern Village news. (Malvern Gazette: 5/4/12)

John Raine elected Chair of Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. (Malvern Gazette: 1/5/12)

John Raine comments on Hornyold Avenue planning application. (Malvern Gazette: 23/3/12)

John Raine brings Hornyold Avenue application to planning committee. (Malvern Gazette: 17/3/2012)

Anna Stenning and Julian Roskams keep litter-picking pledge in Link. (Malvern Gazette: 24/4/12)

Julian Roskams letter on fuel costs and renewable energy. (Malvern Gazette: 10/4/2012)

Julian Roskams letter on bins in Malvern Vale. (Malvern Gazette: 22/3/12)

Julian Roskams comments on plans to buy Youth Centre land. (Malvern Gazette: 19/3/12)

Julian Roskams letter on work of Green councillors fighting cuts. (Malvern Gazette: 14/3/12)

Work of Green Party councillors in helping save the Youth Centre recognised at national conference. (Malvern Gazette: 2/3/12)

Julian Roskams comments on the security fencing around the Malvern Youth Centre. (Malvern Gazette: 4/2/12)

Malvern Youth Centre saved from closure. (Malvern Gazette: 25/11/11).

 

 

 

 

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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.