14 October 2020
The Suffolk County Council Liberal Democrat, Green and Independent Group has today announced a motion proposing a default 20mph speed limit for roads in residential areas and communities across Suffolk’s towns and villages, with 30mph limits to be retained only in exceptional circumstances. The motion will be proposed at Full Council on 22nd October.
03 September 2020
Greens were celebrating in Babergh after a motion proposed by Cllr Leigh Jamieson was approved, which will see the creation of a Sustainable Travel Action Plan, aiming to increase sustainable travel over the coming years.
20 May 2020
Green Party Suffolk County Councillor Robert Lindsay speaks on BBC Radio Suffolk about how the town centres need to change after lockdown
11 March 2020
Community bus operator GoStart and three local councillors have rallied around to save a bus service for people from six villages who faced losing their only transport to Sudbury at the end of this month (March).
08 October 2019
A four-point motion which is aimed at helping to protect wildlife and biodiversity in the area, was approved at Babergh’s full council meeting. The measures will include developing a map to identify and create wildlife corridors and promote eco-tourism, while establishing new wildflower verges and a community led tree planting scheme
04 August 2019
Suffolk County Council are to invest more than £150 million of pension funds with climate-aware companies
19 July 2019
A motion proposed by Green county councillor Robert Lindsay to stop spending on Ipswich northern bypass and instead spend on zero carbon solutions to Ipswich’s traffic problems was defeated at the county council after Conservative councillors and Labour joined forces to vote it down, despite declaring a climate emergency just a few weeks earlier.
24 May 2019
Green Party deputy leader Amelia Womack is visiting Suffolk on 5th June to meet new and existing members of Babergh Green Party.
10 May 2019
Vote for the Green List at the Euro Elections
09 May 2019
Babergh Green Party has achieved an amazing historic first today with a record FOUR of its candidates winning seats on the District Council. We have had Green councillors in the past, but between 2015 and 2019 there were no Greens on the Council - until today!
Unfortunately all social events are currently suspended due to Covid-19.