Swale Green Party covers the area Faversham, Sittingbourne and Sheppey and of course the nearby villages. We cover the Parliamentary Constituencies of Faversham & Mid Kent (jointly with Maidstone Green Party) and Sittingbourne & Sheppey.
We campaign on local, national and international issues and we stand candidates in local and general elections.
As a member, you can be as active as you like - from armchair and online support to standing as a candidate for election. For more information, please contact us.
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Even if you don't want to make the commitment of joining us, we always welcome supporters and volunteers. Volunteers can help with our campaigning work. Could you help deliver leaflets to your street, or go out with our campaign team and speak to local residents about their concerns?
Do you have fundraising experience or web design, press, research and administrative skills? Whatever your level of experience and however much or little time you can give, we would love to hear from you.
For more information about ways you can get involved, contact us.
If you'd like to make a donation to Swale Green Party please contact us for information on how to donate.
Tim Valentine & Alastair Gould were elected for Boughton & Courtenay ward in the Swale Borough Council elections 2019 and are already making positive change in Swale. On Kent County Council, Green Party councillor Martin Whybrow is doing a fantastic job of holding the Conservative-run council to account for cuts to socially necessary bus services, children’s centres, the voluntary sector and public health services. And, of course, Green MP Caroline Lucas is showing what can be achieved by electing a principled, hard-working Green to Parliament.
Swale Green Party hope to win seats on Kent County Council. In 2019 we stood more candidates for Swale Borough Council than ever before, and won our best ever result. We are now represented on Swale District Council and aim to have representation on Faversham Town Council after the next elections.
We need lots of enthusiastic, committed and hard-working candidates! We are particularly keen to ensure diversity amongst our candidates.
Candidates must be paid-up members of the Green Party and support its main aims and policies.