Thanet Green Party is growing in membership and is extremely active in local politics. We meet two-monthly and our meetings are open to all members and supporters.
We always welcome new members and supporters and have lots of ways you can get involved.
The news that the UK economy shrank by over 20% in April has understandably caused great concern – yet already in mid-April only 9% of Britons responding to a YouGov poll said they actually wanted life post-Covid to return to what used to be “normal.” In this new report, Economics professor and Green Party Finance […]
Local council by-election candidate for the Green Party, Katie Gerrard The Newington by-election has been postponed, due to coronavirus. Katie has lived in Newington for five years and has two children at local schools. She believes Newington needs a local candidate who knows the area and will work hard for what matters for Newington – […]
Since August 2015, the Department for Transport has spent over £18 million of taxpayers’ money on using Manston airport as a lorry park – much of it as part of Brexit preparations. Trevor Roper, one of our Green local councillors, is shocked at the amount, especially considering how much Thanet District Council’s budget has been […]
Green candidate Charlotte Barton (second from right) with local councillors Mike Garner, Becky Wing and Trevor Roper At the Cliffsend and Pegwell by-election in Feruary 2020, our Green Party candidate Charlotte Barton came second, with 28.5% of the votes – our highest ever percentage result in Thanet. The full results were: Marc Rattigan, Conservative, 516 […]
Thanet Green Party supports this petition making the case for a Town Council for Margate and Cliftonville. It fits in with our ethos of government happening at the most local possible level and we believe it could make a positive difference in Margate and Cliftonville. Please sign and share! […]
A breakdown of trust TDC’s Protocol on Member-Officer Relations begins: “Mutual trust and respect between Members and Staff is at the heart of the Council’s good governance. Both are essential if the partnership necessary for the effective and efficient running of the Council is to succeed.” Yet amidst turmoil and mutual recrimination, trust between elected […]