Kent Greens - One World. Once Chance.

Recent News from Kent Greens

Victory in the KCC elections
Tue, 09 May 2017
Martin Whybrow will once more take a voice for the environment and local communities to Kent County Council, having been elected to the Hythe West division.

Kent Greens press for county wide electoral alliance
Mon, 08 May 2017
In the light of the disastrous local election results in Kent for both Labour and the Lib Dems, Kent Greens have reached out to all constituencies in Kent for urgent talks on a Kent wide alliance to win parliamentary seats next month.

Labour lost 8 of its 13 seats while the Lib Dems failed to make any gains in Kent.

Greens stand record number of candidates in 2017 county elections
Fri, 07 Apr 2017
Kent Greens stand a record number of candidates on a radical manifesto in next month's county elections.

Greens across Kent are calling for:

- Significant reductions in air pollution which is responsible for up to 1,600 deaths in Kent each year.
- 21st century education for all, not 1950's selection of the few.

Kent Greens welcome announcement that more child refugees can come to the UK
Wed, 04 May 2016
Kent Greens have welcomed the news that the country is to be allowed to take more child refugees following today's announcement by the government but they have warned that councils will need financial support to ensure this is possible.

Martin Whybrow, Green Party Kent County Council member said: "The passing of the buck by central government to local authorities with regards the UK taking its fair share of child refugees from Europe is better than nothing.

Campaigning in Kent


Petition Against Live Exports

20mph Kent


Where we stand on:

Jobs and a living wage Health and the NHS The banking system Pensions Housing Fair is worth fighting for - read our manifesto