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Together we present a positive vision for Coventry 
We are planning for a greener City of Culture 2021

As we seek to safely emerge from lockdown,
we stand for a sustainable economy, a fairer society,
and genuine tolerance, for the common good.

Demanding a safer pedestrian crossing on Holbrooks/Lythalls junction

Stephen Gray, the local Green Party campaigner, has been asking you to sign a petition to the Council to provide a much safer crossing on the junction of Holbrook Lane with Lythalls Lane and Rotherham Road. Over 200 signatures have been collected and handed over online and on paper. A big thank you to everyone who signed it! We will continue to fight until there is a safe crossing.

Green Home Brew

Our monthly social gathering on a Thursday evening in the centre of Coventry is suspended for the duration of this crisis, but we are gathering online fortnightly, on Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoons (bring your own 'brew' preference, tea or beer!).
Get in touch with us to get your invite.
We will notify you on our Facebook page when face-to-face gatherings will resume.

Our Green Candidate received 10% of votes in the last by-election

After the sad death of Cllr Sucha Bains, a By-Election was called to fill a vacancy of City Councillor for the Upper Stoke ward. Chrissie Brown, representing the Coventry Green Party, stood as your candidate for the Upper Stoke ward on Thursday 19 March 2020 and received 120 votes (10%). The Labour party candidate Gurdev Singh Hayre was elected with 639 votes.

It was with great sadness that we read of the passing of Cllr Hazel Sweet in early August, who had represented the Wyken ward in the city since 2007. We offer our sincere condolences to her family and our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.

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