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Below are a collection of blogs published by the Green Group.

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Ways to go Plastic Free this National Refill Day

By hannahclare | 19th June 2019 | Comments Off on Ways to go Plastic Free this National Refill Day
national refill day

This post has been written by Cllr Tom Druitt, councillor for Regency Ward. Today is National Refill Day – just the second National Refill Day ever.  Today we are all […]

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“If stranger, no longer be”: welcoming refugees in Brighton & Hove

By hannahclare | 17th June 2019 | Comments Off on “If stranger, no longer be”: welcoming refugees in Brighton & Hove
Refugee Week Brighton Green Councillor

This post has been written by Cllr Siriol Hugh-Jones, councillor for Preston Park Ward. The UK is deeply divided over its place in the world and on how it should […]

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Why I’m celebrating Bike Week

By hannahclare | 14th June 2019 | Comments Off on Why I’m celebrating Bike Week

This post has been written by Cllr Jamie Lloyd, councillor for Withdean Ward and member of the Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee. This week we celebrated Bike Week, an annual […]

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The Green Group will fight academy plans tooth and nail

By hannahclare | 7th June 2019 | Comments Off on The Green Group will fight academy plans tooth and nail

This post is written by Cllr Phélim Mac Cafferty, Convenor of Brighton & Hove’s Green Group of Councillors This week we heard the news that the Government is intent on […]

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Why Pride is still relevant

By hannahclare | 1st June 2019 | Comments Off on Why Pride is still relevant
Pride

This post is written by Cllr Steph Powell, Councillor for Hanover and Elm Grove Ward. Every year in June we celebrate Pride month. We do this to remember the Stonewall […]

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Period poverty is on it’s way out but the journey isn’t over

By hannahclare | 28th May 2019 | Comments Off on Period poverty is on it’s way out but the journey isn’t over

Today is Menstrual Hygiene Day, which takes place on 28th May each year. The day raises awareness of the importance of menstrual health and highlights the issues faced by those […]

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We have the zest to tackle the challenges ahead

By hannahclare | 24th May 2019 | Comments Off on We have the zest to tackle the challenges ahead

This post is written by Cllr Phélim Mac Cafferty, Convenor of Brighton & Hove’s Green Group of Councillors The city council held its annual meeting on Wednesday night to determine […]

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Air pollution and the school run

By hannahclare | 21st May 2019 | Comments Off on Air pollution and the school run

This post is written by Cllr Elaine Hills, Councillor for Hanover and Elm Grove Ward. Every weekday morning in term-time, a massive queue of cars crawls along outside my daughter’s […]

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“Joy for Ever” – the social and educational purpose of museums

By vote-green | 18th May 2019 | Comments Off on “Joy for Ever” – the social and educational purpose of museums

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Young Councillors – taking a stand

By hannahclare | 13th May 2019 | Comments Off on Young Councillors – taking a stand

This post is written by Cllr Martin Osborne, Councillor for Hollingdean and Stanmer Ward. his May I was honoured to be elected as one of the 19 Green councillors to […]

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