There are lots of ways to get involved with the Green Party in Wealden - we're a small but lively party and punch well above our weight when it comes to elections. That's not all we do though - we're active across Wealden in all kinds of ways. If you're interested in taking part in anything we do, we'd love to hear from you.
We always welcome volunteers to help with our campaigning work. Could you help deliver our newsletters to your street, or go out with our campaign team and speak to local residents about their concerns?
One more Labour, Lib Dem or Conservative councillor won't make a big difference, but a Green councillor would!
Contact our secretary, Pam Tysh at email@example.com .
Get regular news and campaign alerts from the Greens by signing up for our regular e-mail updates from Wealden Green Party. Messages are sent about once a month - slightly more often at election times. We're committed to keeping your email address safe, and won't pass it on to anyone else. Sign up here, or alternatively, join our Facebook group.
If you don't have much spare time at the moment, but would still like to help, why not make a donation? Your donation will help us stand more candidates for more elections, and help the party do more to support the work of our members across the country.
As a member, you can be as active as you like - from armchair and online support to standing as a candidate for election.
Councillors at all levels in Wealden can make a huge difference, from putting great ideas into practice to holding other parties to account. A councillor doesn't need to be an expert in politics - they just need to be enthusiastic, keen to make difference, and a member of the Green Party.
The Green Party currently has District Councillors representing Forest Row and Withyham, a Town Councillor in Crowborough, and parish councillors in Groombridge and Forest Row. We're aiming to gain a seat on East Sussex County Council in 2020, and to gain more seats on the District Council, so we need enthusiastic, committed and hard-working candidates across the county.
If you're wondering what's involved, just get in touch with us - we can tell you everything you need to know, introduce you to people who've been councillors and can share their experiences, and back you if you decide to stand.
Talk to our Secretary, Pam, first - she's at firstname.lastname@example.org . Or come along to one of our meetings or events. We'd love to meet you.
Vote Georgia Taylor for Parliament - 12 Dec 2019
Voting Green and 'tactical' voting in Wealden
Voting LibDem or Labour won’t unseat Nus Ghani, no matter what they say.
Voting Green sends a strong message to the new government: Green voters demand significant change on climate and social justice.
Voting Green is a clear vote for remaining in Europe.
We encourage everyone to vote for the party that best represents their values.
Why didn't the Greens stand down in Wealden?
A Unite to Remain candidate is only standing in constituencies where a Remain candidate has a good chance of beating a Leave candidate.
The Unite to Remain strategy gives the Green Party significantly more chance of electing more Green MPs.
In Wealden, the combined votes of all opposition parties won’t unseat Nus Ghani.
Wealden Green Party is a successful party. We have increased our share of the vote in most recent elections and plan to do so again.