Get Involved

We are the local Green Party branch covering Redhill, Reigate, Horley and Banstead. We are all volunteers, campaigning for a fairer and greener Borough.

Please join us and get involved.  There is so much to do to win elections, we welcome your help. Whatever skills and interests you have, you will be a great asset to us.

We meet on the third Monday of each month  – alternating general members’ meetings and discussions on topics of interest.  All members are welcome to attend all meetings, and receive an agenda and meeting details about a week beforehand.

Those who wish to be actively involved in planning and organising activities are encouraged to come to our monthly organising meetings too.

We hold other events, such as town centre stalls, leafletting days, social events and more, throughout the year.  Please feel free to come along.

Contact us

If you have any questions, or would like to find out more about us, please email mailto:info@rbgp.org.uk, or phone one of our Co-Chairs, Nicola Dodgson or Sarah Finch, on 01737 769511

To find out about the work of our local Green Councillors, contact one of our Councillors.

 

2 Comments

  1. Graham Wildridge
    Posted April 6, 2013 at 10:56 pm | Permalink

    Is it true that Robert Eagleton, Chair of Central Lancashire Green Party and Young Greens National Committee Member, has quit the Green Party because “The opportunist moves the Green Party have made and the general direction the Party is moving in are unacceptable” ?

    • bryn
      Posted April 7, 2013 at 6:20 pm | Permalink

      Hi Graham,

      From the letter you have quoted on the British Communist Party website (here – http://www.cpgb.org.uk/home/weekly-worker/956/letters – scroll down a lot) it seems he has done so.

      His main issue seems to be that rather than setting an illegal budget and playing gesture politics, the Greens in Brighton have chosen to run their city along Green principles for the benefit of their residents. Brighton & Hove is subject to the same central government constraints as every other council, but has still managed to build the first council houses in England for many years, and has made major cycle- and pedestrian-friendly improvements to its transport infrastructure. This year’s budget, although slashed by the most vicious Con-Dem cuts yet, still contains loads of great measures: keeping all the city’s children’s centres open and almost doubling the homelessness budget, to name just two highlights.

      Mr Eagleton goes on to note that he is still supportive of Green policies and will continue to vote Green, even though he is no longer an “electoralist” himself.

      I see you are standing for Labour in Earlswood and Reigate South. Good luck – may the best left candidate win!

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