05 May 2015
We are just hours away from polling stations opening. Green Party parliamentary candidate, Diana Moore, makes a final pitch to Exeter voters.
03 May 2015
Greens are expecting their best ever result in Exeter in the General Election, with the Party hotly tipped to take its first council seat in St James ward.
25 April 2015
The Green Party in Exeter has welcomed the announcement by Stagecoach South West that it is to freeze many fares on city services, introduce simpler ticketing and extend some low cost fares.
22 April 2015
Exeter Green Party have launched their manifesto for the City Council elections under the banner: 'development today as if tomorrow matters'.
15 April 2015
The Green Party has launched its General Election Manifesto, ‘For the Common Good’. Greens say the manifesto sets out a bold, ambitious plan for a fairer society and safer planet and there is a strong emphasis on commitments to restoring and extending public services and tackling climate change.
08 April 2015
Exeter Green Party has welcomed Tory support for their campaign to stop bus cuts in Exeter and Devon, but accuse Tories of 'double standards’.
07 April 2015
The Green Party in Exeter has launched its General Election campaign urging people to vote for policies not personalities and warning against intimidation by other Parties to vote tactically.
05 April 2015
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23 March 2015
Exeter Green Party are to alert bus passengers to the proposed £1.7m cuts to services proposed by Devon County Council. The day of action this Thursday 26th March will see campaigners talking to passengers on Exeter High Street and encouraging them to let councillors know how the cuts will affect them.
02 March 2015
Exeter Green Party has slammed the Labour controlled Council for 'distorted priorities' by proposing an amendment to Devon County Council’s budget seeking an additional £250,000 for weed control in Exeter. The move comes amid worries about how the city will look to visitors during the Rugby World Cup.
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