On 6th May 2022 Martin Hey won the Northowram and Shelf ward by seven votes from the Conservatives and so became the first Green councillor on Calderdale Council.
We thank all those who supported Martin and who supported our candidates in other wards in Calderdale.
We need a Green voice on Calderdale Council to bring more focus to the Covid-19 recovery and to addressing the climate emergency. While other parties to varying degrees have adopted green policies, they have no comprehensive and integrated strategy. Greens do and they bring a fresh voice to Council decisions.
Recovery from Covid-19 requires:
Tackling the climate emergency requires action to:
Green councillors will fight to ensure:
Calderdale Green Party plans to achieve and sustain a Green voice on the Council step by step, building on each successful election to demonstrate the value of a Green voice on the Council to its citizens.
For more info and to get involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re a Green Party Member and would like to raise any ideas, issues or complaints please in the first instance email the Chair Finn Jensen
Election Candidates May 5th 2022
Brighouse – Adrian Thompson
Calder - Alan McDonald
Elland - Barry Crossland
Greetland and Stainland - Jackie Haigh
Hipperholme and Lightcliffe - Elaine Hey
Illingworth and Mixenden – Laura Beesley
Luddendenfoot – Kate Sweeny
Northowram and Shelf - Martin Hey
Park – Mark Mullany
Rastrick – Matt Lawson
Ryburn – Freda Davis
Skircoat – Phil Whitbread
Sowerby Bridge – David Booth
Todmorden - Kieran Turner
Town – Elliot Hey
Warley – Katie Witham
You can contact them through Calderdale Green Party.
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