Author Archives: Jack Baart

Asylum Arch A23 safe crossing

An e-petition has been launched by a local school pupil on Surrey County Council’s website for a proper crossing from Asylum Arch Road (just North of Redhill Football Club) to Earlswood Common across the A23. Please support it by signing the petition:

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Make Local Transport Better

Surrey County Council wants to hear your views on its new transport plan. It aims to achieve net zero carbon emissions while encouraging active travel and public transport, and making sure no-one is left out. Here’s the link to their consultation:

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Proposed new constituency to include South Park and Woodhatch with Horley and Dorking

Some parliamentary constituencies  have more electors than others. To even out electors per MP, the independent Boundary Commission has proposals for new constituency boundaries for 2023. Their proposal is for South Park and Woodhatch and Horley to form part of a brand new constituency with Dorking, called “Dorking and Horley”. This means people in South […]

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Green Candidates Call for New Green Jobs

Local Green campaigners Jonathan Essex, Shasha Khan, Paul Chandler and Catherine Baart, following Covid restrictions, queued for Green Jobs outside Reigate MP, Crispin Blunt’s office on Saturday, 24 April, as part of a Green New Deal UK national action day to promote ‘Green Jobs for All’. Shasha Khan said, “Many people rely on Gatwick Airport for jobs and the […]

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Local Elections are Fast Approaching!

Local elections are approaching and we will be campaigning to retain our hardworking councillors – and win more. This year there are both county council and borough council seats up for election. We have a great team of candidates who we will introduce shortly. We are looking forward to getting out and talking to people […]

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How do you want Surrey to be in 2030?

Join us for an online peoples assembly on 22nd April 2021 at 8pm. Sign up for free with the link below and follow it for more information.

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Our right to protest is under threat.

A new government bill is threatening our right to protest. Have your say and raise your voice against this by following the links below. Here is a letter from Dave Timms, Head of Political Affairs, Legal and Planning at Friends of the Earth.

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Print Your Own Poster!

Could you display a poster in your window to show your neighbours and passers-by that you are voting Green? You can download an A4 poster to print at home using the links below. If you have a big window, or are in a prominent location, and would like a poster, please get in touch and […]

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The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill Needs Your Help!

In September 2010, Green MP Caroline Lucas introduced to Parliament a new Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill (CEE Bill) to call on the government to take immediate and radical action to address the climate emergency.  

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Six Acres of Woodland Destroyed Over Weekend

As many of you will be aware 6 acres of woodland has been cut down illegally between Horley and Gatwick Airport off Balcombe Road. The destructive act happened on November 28th and is being investigated by the police and Forestry Commission. The site is proposed as a business park in a joint venture between Reigate […]

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