We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month and rotate the meeting venue around the borough to engage more of our members.
The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 11th July 7.30 pm the Arch Room, St Mary's Church, Putney Bridge Approach, London SW15 2JQ. Wendy Horler from London CAAT and Ellis Brookes will be speaking about the 'Stop the Arms Trade' campaign as the Arms Fair comes London in September.
Find out what your MP said about proportional representation in the June 2017 Election campaign here.
Find your MP's e-mail address and other details here.
You will be aware that in this election the Conservatives won 318 seats on 13,667,231 votes , and Labour won 262 on 12,874,284 seats; a 65 seat difference on the strength of only 792,947 votes more. Equally unsettling is the fact that the DUP won 10 seats on just 292,316 votes while the Greens won 1 seat on nearly twice that number, 525,371 votes.
Our First Past the Post voting system has delivered such a precarious and unrepresentative government that there is talk of another election. But another election using our unrepresentative voting system will return another un-democratic result.
Can you let me know whether you intend to join John McDonnell and the growing number of Labour MP’s supporting Proportional Representation and whether you will work for electoral reform to be in the Labour Party manifesto for the next General Election.
Your address (MP is unlikely to respond if you do not give your name and address)
We will be holding a series of Action Days across the borough in the coming months and you are warmly invited to come and take part. We gather at a pub or cafe for a short briefing session and then go out in small teams to knock on doors and make contact with potential voters. You do NOT need to be an expert on party policy to do this as you can team up with others who have some experience. Its a great way to get to know other Green activists and familiarise yourself with what the Greens can offer on the issues of the day.
We always welcome ideas on fundraising, social networking and other ways to help the Green Party grow - e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions or for more information about ways you can get involved.
Get regular news and campaign alerts from the Greens by signing up for our regular e-mail updates from Wandsworth Green Party. Messages are sent about once a month - slightly more often at election times. We're committed to keeping your email address safe, and won't pass it on to anyone else.
Other ways to keep in touch include:
If you don't have much spare time at the moment, but would still like to help, why not consider making a donation to the Wandsworth Green Party?
Your donation will help us stand more candidates in more elections, and help the party do more to support the work of our members across the country.
As a member, you can be as active as you like - from armchair and online support to standing as a candidate for election.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month and also have a range of other activities such as street stalls and action days.
You don't have to be a member to attend meetings and join in with activities, all supporters are welcome.
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