SAY NO TO CLIMATE CHAOS.

Brighton and Hove Green Party

 

 

 

 

 

Join us now

Join us and help make a difference

per month
amounts above £3 include standard membership + donation

Coronavirus update

 

The coronavirus is having a huge impact around the world.

Click the links to see that latest updates by Caroline Lucas and the Brighton & Hove City Council. 

 

Enter your postcode to

Find local greens

We have teams across Brighton and Hove, working hard to promote Green values and improve their communities.

Whether you're looking for your local councillor or you want to get involved, put your postcode in the box below to go to the page for your local team.

Please enter your Postcode

Our Events

We organise events and socials to build a community of like minded green people throughout the year.

Your councillors

Find out what we are doing in your area and contact our representatives and teams in your neighbourhood.

Contact Us

We always welcome new people, so if you're interested give us a call/email and we'd be happy to help!

Please donate today

to support our work

As a party, we're not funded by big businesses or rich donors. We rely on the support of people like you to continue our work.

Please support us today by making a donation.

latest news

i360 deal given go-ahead, project to begin in months

6th March 2014

  pic: Brighton i360 visualisation (F10 Studios) Councillors today (6th March) agreed to facilitate a government loan to the i360 tower project, meaning it could be open as soon as […]

Read More…

Read More

Message on the budget from the Green Group of Councillors Women’s Champions

6th March 2014

  Following the decision to agree a Council Tax increase of 1.99% at the reconvened Budget Council, Women’s Champions Cllrs Ruth Buckleyand Liz Wakefield said: “Brighton & Hove City Council agreed a 1.99% […]

Read More…

Read More

Keeping Pickles out was the right thing to do, say Greens on budget decision

5th March 2014

  Green councillors have blasted the ‘short-sightedness’ of the other parties in blocking the referendum on a council tax rise to protect the future of local services, after a reconvened […]

Read More…

Read More