Rugby Greens were in both Bristol and Manchester over the bank holiday weekend showing support to local Greens in trying to gain new Green MPs along side the excellent Caroline Lucas. Rugby Greens joined a massive turnout of Green Party members from all parts of the country in Bristol West to support Molly Scott Cato. … Continue reading Rugby Greens in Bristol and Manchester over the Bank Holiday weekend
Voting for Mark Pawsey and the Tories is a potential danger to you and your families health. Accidents and serious illness can happen to anyone. VOTE FOR THE NHS! The Tories now want to slash services including the A&E at George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton. This will mean even more local people left on trolleys … Continue reading Rugby Greens say ‘Vote for the NHS’
Green Party candidate Graham Bliss tells Rugby and Lutterworth Observer readers in his own words why he deserves their vote. View the original here or continue reading: "Politics is something that has interested me since I was 18 at University in 2004. At the time, I researched into the parties of the day and found them wanting. All except one. … Continue reading Graham Bliss: ‘I believe in the Green Party and what they can do to change the conversation’
In line with the other major political parties, Rugby Greens are resuming campaigning this afternoon (Thursday 25th May) following the one minute silence held at 11am to remember the victims of the Manchester attack. This means our team will be back at work delivering leaflets and speaking with our fellow Rugbeians. If you see them … Continue reading Rugby Greens Team Resumes Local Campaign
Today the thoughts of Rugby Greens are with the victims of the terrible events last night (22nd May) in Manchester. To those who have lost family members and loved ones we send our sincere condolences while wishing a speedy and full recovery to the very many who were injured. As always we acknowledge the members … Continue reading Statement on the Events in Manchester by Rugby Greens
Our candidate Graham Bliss caught up with the elusive incumbent Rugby MP Mark Pawsey at Rugby BikeFest and challenged him on his refusal to debate the other candidates in a public forum. Conservative Mark Pawsey had rejected an invitation to debate at Tuesday's (23rd May) hustings at St Andrew's Church, Rugby. Despite being offered numerous … Continue reading Green Graham Challenges Tory Mark Pawsey on his Refusal to Debate
Graham Bliss and the Rugby Greens election team were out and about yesterday meeting voters. Before this however, Graham fronted the band Wounded Cross on the main stage in Market Square. There was a very positive response for Green Graham the candidate from at least part of the crowd - those which lived in Rugby!! … Continue reading Green Graham Gets a Positive Response at Rugby Bikefest – as a Singer AND a Candidate!
A weekend of sunshine and showers but the great Rugby Greens team are out felivering leaflets and talking to the people of New Bilton. Catch us tomorrow (Sunday 21st) at Bikefest in the town centre.