Bathampton’s Battle of the Bins: Community Action Saves Crucial Bin Store from Closure

09 May 2024

Thanks to a petition spearheaded by a diverse coalition of local residents, itinerant boaters, long-term mooring holders and supported by the B&NES Greens, Kennet & Avon canal's bin stores have been safeguarded from closure

Police and Crime Commissioner Election 2nd May - Make Sure You Are Registered To Vote!

13 April 2024

The next election in BaNES is on the 2nd of May for the Police and Crime Commissioner. The Green candidate is Katy Grant.

Bath and NE Somerset Council Leaves Residents to Choke on Even More Traffic and Fumes… Again

11 April 2024

BathNES have failed, yet again, to secure any of the £101 million government funding, allocated this month, to improve walking, wheeling and cycling for residents that is desperately needed to deal with the growing public health and environmental crises. Bath communities, schools, and businesses are condemned, again, to choke on worsening fumes and suffer health issues.

Dom Tristram, Green Candidate For Bath, Pledges to Back New Legislation To Tackle The Climate and Nature Crisis

06 April 2024

Dom Tristram, the Green Party candidate for Bath, has announced his endorsement of the Climate and Nature Bill (CAN Bill), a groundbreaking piece of legislation introduced in the House of Commons on March 21st. Supported by 180 MPs and Peers representing all major parties, this bill aims to address the pressing challenges posed by climate change and biodiversity loss

Greens Welcome Residents' Input To Staddlestones Riverside Park Upgrades in Midsomer Norton

05 April 2024

After feedback from public consultation, Staddlestones Riverside Park in Midsomer Norton is set for a facelift, with plans now including an accessible swing, extra seating, and a boules pitch.

Great Avon Litter Pick

16 March 2024

Green councillors Joanna Wright and Saskia Heijltjes, along with other Green Party members, joined other volunteers from the community to clear a large amount of litter (29 sacks!) on Saturday for the 'Great Avon Litter Pick'.

Greens Welcome News On Improvements to Active Travel in the Somer Valley

08 March 2024

Cllr Dom Tristram and Cllr Liam Kirby welcome news that Bath & North East Somerset Council has taken the next steps on a £1.5million project to improve walking, wheeling and cycling options in Midsomer Norton and Westfield.

BaNES Greens Branded ‘Out of Order’ for Promoting Peace

07 March 2024

BaNES Council Monitoring Officer and chair reject Green Party peace motion, branding it ‘out of order’, despite other councils accepting similar motions.

Green Party Motion on Peace

06 March 2024

The Green group of councillors on Bath and NE Somerset Council's 'motion for peace'

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