30 May 2017
Newly elected Green Party County Councillors have been instrumental in bringing forward an open approach and forming a new 12 strong County Council group.
Along with Liberal Democrats and 4 individual Independents, a group has been formed that will be best placed to hold the council to account and deliver a fresh approach to making Suffolk a better place.
They share a desire to provide an alternative voice and to deliver the very best for residents, as well as make the living future of Suffolk a better one. The group will seek to bring people together with respect and not to divide and disappoint.
Andrew Stringer, Deputy Leader of the new group Green SCC Group, said:
“Although I have served along with many of the members of the group before, this feels like the start of something truly new. The public are crying out for our local politicians to lay down some of our political differences, roll our sleeves up and get on with it for the benefit of all, and that is precisely what we are aiming to achieve.”
Babergh Green Party Meeting
Social: Peninsula musical event:
Don’t miss this chance to hear the father and son duo, Andrew and Carl Sterling playing together in St Michaels Church, Woolverstone, IP9 1AY on Friday 29th September at 7:30pm.They have an exciting programme of jazz, soul, classical music and original works. Donations in the region of £7.50 will be welcome on the day and this will include nibbles and drinks. All money made will go to the Babergh Green Party. For more information contact Laura Smith on email@example.com