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Vacancy for East Devon Young Greens Organizer

14 March 2016

Vacancy for East Devon Young Greens Organizer

STOP PRESS! Natalie Bennett - "Why we are #Greener In EU" Tuesday 15 March , 7pm, Exeter University

14 March 2016

STOP PRESS! Natalie Bennett - "Why we are #Greener In EU" Tuesday 15th March, 7pm, Exeter University

Climate Change Film "This Changes Everything": Honiton Beehive: Tuesday 24 November

05 November 2015

Important film based upon Naomi Kline's best selling book to be shown locally at the Honiton Beehive. Tickets are £5.00 and available from The Beehive website.

Refugee Crisis: East Devon Petition to take refugees

07 September 2015

Refugee Crisis: East Devon Petition to take 200 refugees

East Devon Green Candidates - Who ran where?

29 April 2015

List of local green candidates who ran in 2015 in East Devon constituency

2015 Election Manifesto

14 April 2015

Manifesto information

How Green Party policies could transform the South West

14 March 2015

East Devon Green Party and Exeter Green Party present: How Green Party policies could transform the South West Molly Scott-Cato, Green Party MEP for the South West of England. Took place WEDS 18TH MARCH, 7.30pm, Exeter Castle. EX4 3PU. Summary to come shortly - watch this space!

Greens launch petition to take back Great Western franchise into public ownership

East Devon Young Greens attended a Climate

09 October 2014

East Devon Young Greens attended a Climate March in Exeter on Sunday 21st September alongside Exeter University Young Greens.

Greens launch petition to take back Great Western franchise into public ownership

Land Value Tax and the Housing Market

06 October 2014

East Devon Green Party - Public Meeting A conversation with the Henry George Society of Devon

Greens launch petition to take back Great Western franchise into public ownership

East Devon Green vote rises by over 1000!

29 May 2014

With a regional vote share of 11.1%, the Green Party now has their first MEP in the South West - Molly Scott Cato. The Green Party vote here in East Devon rose from 3,985 in 2009 to 4,974 this year

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