Welcome to Brighton and hove green party

The Green Party is the only major political party in the UK that is committed fully to a life based on democracy and justice within the planet's limits.

The Green Party has always dared to be different - and we’ve always known the power of good ideas.

Unlike others, we know that our planet has environmental limits, we understand that not everyone wants to live to work, that inequality is not just unfair, but damaging to everyone in society. And we have the bold solutions which allow us to offer inspiration in this age of uncertainty.

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Our Events

We organise events and socials to build  a community of like minded green people

Your councillors

Find out what we are doing in your area and contact our representative in your ward

Your Candidates

Meet your candidates for the May 2019 local elections from throughout Brighton & Hove

Contact Us

We always welcome new people, so if you're interested give us a call/email.

Donate and Support our Work

We rely on donations from ordinary members to fund our activities  Please consider a one off donation, or setting up a regular monthly donation to Brighton and Hove Green Party which allows us to work hard in your local area.

Meet Green Lord Mayor Magic Magid in Brighton

16th February 2019

Magid Magid, the Lord Mayor of Sheffield and Green Party Councillor, is joining us in Brighton on 27th February. On the 27th February ‘Magic Magid’ is heading south to share his […]

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youth climate strike brighton

Stand with young people speaking out on climate inaction, say Greens

14th February 2019

Young people’s future at risk without urgent change Brighton and Hove Green Councillors have expressed their support for young people speaking out about climate change as part of a ‘youth […]

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emergency housing

Green plan for emergency housing and low rents put to the vote

13th February 2019

Money is available to address homelessness crisis, say Greens The city council could spend £8m more on affordable and emergency housing if a Green proposal is supported by other parties […]

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