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 has called out Jeremy Corbyn for backtracking on his previous demands for nuclear power stations to be decommissioned. Corbyn told The Andrew Marr Show yesterday that “we ...Read More
The Green Party will contest the Copeland by-election on an anti-nuclear and anti-poverty campaign. Members of Allerdale and Copeland Green Party made the decision to stand last night (January 12) ...Read More
Today the Hendry review on the feasibility of Swansea Bay Tidal lagoon was published, and it was overwhelmingly positive in its recommendations. Pippa Bartolotti, Wales Green Party Deputy Leader said, ...Read More
The Green Party has responded to the revelation probation officers are supervising up to 80 offenders at a time. The pressures on the probation service were revealed in a report ...Read More
Caroline Lucas, the Green Party MP for Brighton Pavilion, has been granted an Urgent Question in Parliament today on the proposed sale and potential asset stripping of the Green Investment ...Read More
As doctors and nurses warn of the worst ever NHS winter crisis , the Green Party is calling on the Government to accept responsibility for the shocking conditions instead of ...Read More