We are the local party standing up for a fair, sustainable future for all across Cheshire East. We campaign on local issues and stand in elections to make a real difference across the area to make Cheshire East a greener, fairer place to live. We have over 300 members who all stand for the common good!
Cheshire East Green Party covers all wards within the borough of Cheshire East, including Macclesfield, Wilmslow, Knutsford, High Legh, Poynton, Disley, Congleton, Holmes Chapel, Sandbach, Middlewich, Alsager, Crewe, Nantwich and Audlem.
We campaign on local, national and international issues and look to stand candidates in local and general elections. We have a committee of volunteers who fulfil roles for the party across the borough and hold quarterly meetings for all members.
There are four parliamentary constituencies spread across the Cheshire East borough:
There are local campaign and social groups centred on these four constituencies. For more information about your local group, click the name of the constituency in which you reside. You will be able to email the group organiser.
In order for the party to run smoothly, we elect a committee of dedicated volunteers at our AGM. The committee have a range of roles, from handling enquiries from the media, to raising essential funds for our campaigns and delivering our elections plans.
You can find out who is on the committee by clicking on the People page.
As a member, you can be as active as you like - from armchair and online support, to working on policy development or standing as a candidate for election. For more information, click the links below or contact any of the committee on our People page.
The Government has published a pamphlet describing its "Bold future vision for cycling and walking in England". The itemised benefits are:
"Places will be truly walkable. A travel revolution in our streets, towns and communities will have made cycling a mass form of transit. Cycling and walking will be the natural first choice for many journeys with half of all journeys in towns and cities being cycled or walked by 2030."
This is very encouraging. It's packed with ideas about how councils should proceed.
Click here to view the document and start to hold your local council to account!
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