The North East Wales Green Party is a newly formed local party from the areas of Wrexham, Flintshire, and part of Denbighshire, covering the Parliamentary and Wales Assembly constituencies of Alyn and Deeside, Clwyd South, Delyn, Vale of Clwyd, and Wrexham.
Regionally, we are part of the Wales Green Party, and nationally, The Green Party of England and Wales.
We encourage everyone to take part in strengthening our support, through grass roots activism, joining us at our monthly meeting, and contributing to discussions and debate.
The Green Party is deeply concerned by proposed changes to PIP payments, which will affect more than 160,000 people . George Freeman MP defended the proposal by saying disability benefits ...Read More
This month Wales Green Party and Welsh Green Pride have been celebrating LGBTIQA+ History Month, reflecting on past successes and further pushing for LGBTIQA+ equality by looking to what needs ...Read More
Keith Taylor MEP: “Today’s report is an important reminder that campaigners have been right all along; Heathrow expansion is still a climate-wrecking decision that is bad for the British people ...Read More
The Green Party is urging the Government to reassure EU nationals they are welcome in the UK after a survey revealed 12,000 EEA-trained doctors may leave in light of the ...Read More
*Caroline Russell AM: “The Government must be held to account over its terrible decision to squander our limited resources” The Green Party is disappointed the HS2 Bill will receive royal ...Read More
* Jonathan Bartley: ‘Shutting refugee children out pushes them towards people traffickers, rough sleeping, and all sorts of other dangers’ Jonathan Bartley, co-leader of the Green Party, will join activists ...Read More