The Gloucester Green Party campaigns locally for social and environmental justice. The basis of our manifesto is the belief that compassion,equality and honesty should be at the core of economic, social and civil liberties policies. As ecological, resource and financial crises arrive simultaneously, only the Green Party has an answer that will benefit all people.
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Please come along to our monthly meeting. Our meetings are usually on the third wednesday of the month at various venues from 7.30pm to 10ish. For more info please ring Francis on 08454 562602 or email email@example.com It would be great to see some new people.
“Green Drinks" is on the first Wednesday of the month at the Fountain Inn 53 Westgate Street from 7.30 pm. These monthly events are not specific to the Green Party: anyone like-minded is welcome to come along. No agenda, friendly, informal and often lively conversation over a drink.
Next green drinks is April 5th. See you there.
Just turn up Or for more info contact Frances 08454 562602 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Chiefs say one of the biggest problem the NHS faces is blocked beds and inappropriate admissions due to poor social care which has been severely cut.
We are asking National and Local Government to ACT NOW and reallocate the £5 Billion to support home help and social care in Gloucestershire. This will mean that more people can live in their own homes, with the help they need and the NHS will be able to free up beds in our overcrowded hospitals.
From a petition we took on Saturday we found that many, if not most people of Gloucester of all ages and backgrounds are also very concerned and agree that much more money should be made available for social care in this country. The proposed extra two percent on council tax, an unfair tax for those on lower incomes, supposedly going towards this, is not nearly enough. We urge Richard Graham to join others in Parliament to demand that sufficient funds are made available so that social care can relieve suffering in this country. We can afford it. We should insist on having a decent social care system.
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