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The Green Party is growing fast. We now represent people in Westminster and in a record number of local councils across the country.

Across Yorkshire we have elected Greens serving on eight local authorities and many more town and parish councils.

We're working progressively on local issues; to improve the lives of all people across our region, and to improve our local environment.

We rely on people power rather than corporate finance in all that we do. Get involved with us today so that we can achieve so much more.

Recent News

Greens call for road building pause following similar move in Wales

25 June 2021 | 1 Comment

Green Party councillors from Bradford, Leeds and Kirklees have today sent a letter (Download here) to the new mayor  for West Yorkshire asking her to announce a review of the road building schemes being funded by WYCA. This comes after the Welsh government announced on Wednesday that it is freezing new road-building projects as part of […]

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Green candidate shuns “excessive” mayoral salary

26 March 2021 | 0 Comments

The Green candidate for the first mayor of West Yorkshire has criticized the excessive salary agreed by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and pledged to only take part if elected. Andrew Cooper, Green Party candidate for Mayor of West Yorkshire has branded the figure – £105,000 a year as “excessive” and has pledge to only […]

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Doncaster Council accused of going back on their word over tree-felling

12 March 2021 | 0 Comments

Green campaigners accuse Doncaster Council of going back on their word after tree-felling incident in Cantley. Campaigner Kate Needham says that she received a call from a resident in Cantley that workmen were chopping the cherry tree down close by her house on Willow Avenue – contrary to the new street tree policy. The new […]

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